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Ive followed the manual and have started up the wpa_supplicant, I put the init.d script inside the default startup. It seems to start up fine with eth1, but what do ...
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- 06-18-2005 #1
- Join Date
- Apr 2003
wireless networking with gentoo
Ive followed the manual and have started up the wpa_supplicant, I put the init.d script inside the default startup. It seems to start up fine with eth1, but what do I do next, how do I connect to the wireless hubs.
thanx for the help
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- 06-20-2005 #2
did you start your nick after u got the wireless driver up and the radio working? check the output ofCode:
- 06-20-2005 #3
- Join Date
- Jan 2004
First off, I have never used Gentoo so take the following with that in mind.
Take a look ath this doc -
This is a doc on setting up an Intel 2100 3b wifi card but if you pay attention to step 6 it has some of the commands that I belive are not distro specific and that you are looking for.
If they don't seem to work for you I would do some googleing on "wireless tools for gentoo" or something like that.