When the system first starts up, there is a screen of information that will scroll by which identifies what hardware has been identified as being present by the BIOS. Angryguy Tux’s lil’ helper Joined: I have Ubuntu server on an older machine Mhz. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Crystal Beach, Texas Distribution: This causes a delay as the drive tries to read the media.
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MSI PC60G wireless adaptor problem
Mon Apr 02, 2: I think farslayer was on the right track. Find More Posts by dsledge. I’ll boot with it tonight. Googling, I just found this guide: Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? I have Ubuntu server on an older machine Mhz.
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I’m trying to get it working using the nativve linux drivers under amd64, although I do have the XP x64 drivers as a fallback if I want to try ndiswrapper. I’ve even tried a Linksys card but had the same results.
MSI PC60G (MS-6834B)
View LQ Wiki Contributions. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. All times are GMT This causes a delay as the drive tries to read the media.
Sun Mar 25, 9: The iwconfig utility does not give me any errors, it just refuses to let me update the ESSID or mode, and hence I can’t get it to work.
Also this is a relatively new driver and I’m not sure if WEP is working on it yet, it may be you will have to give it a try yourself. Wed Apr 04, 2: Is there any kernel config the could cause nsi
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It does detect a video capture card and ethernet card which are both PCI. I’ll chalk this one up as an incompatible marriage. The story so far. Thanks for the advice! It definitely appears to be hardware related, so I would pull the other cards and try that one in different slots to see what happens. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. My first thought was to update the pci. When the system first starts up, there is a screen of information that will scroll by which identifies what hardware has been identified as being present by the BIOS.
Last edited by dsledge; at The compilation fails with a few errors below.
Join our community today! Kernel Configuration Your kernel will need to support wireless networking and all subsystems appropriate for your card. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. That’s a good question.