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Thanks, if i get this to work i'm going to make a tutorial on how to do this. This is absurd how hard it is to get done with this ...
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    Thanks, if i get this to work i'm going to make a tutorial on how to do this. This is absurd how hard it is to get done with this computer.

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    Here is some information from the company's website.

    http://www.o2micro.com/products/prod_4in1.html My wireless card is the top one OZ711M1.

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    That right there is the controller's site, not your card. upon inspection of your card, i've determined that a lot of people have had luck with the Madwifi drivers.

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    I have a netgear wireless PCI(slot) card which uses the Atheros chipset. It is supported natively under SuSE 9.2 and Linspire 5.0. I would assume that kernel >= 2.6.10 should work. However, I did have some problems with stacks under FC3 as it use 4k stacks and some wireless cards need 16K stacks.

    --Keith

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    i'm trying to get the madwifi drivers but i can't do it. None of the programs that i've used for CVS (the only way you can download the madwifi drivers) don't work. WinCVS and Tortois didn't work. With WinCVS it works but i don't know really what i'm doing. Can anyone help me here. i don't really know what to type in the text fields for WinCVS and none of the tutorials are any help that i've found.

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    Try sourceforge, you might be able to get a copy from there.

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    That's where i'm trying. The only way to download it is through CVS.

    http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=82936

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    Try the Web-Based CVS Viewer:
    http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/madwifi/

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    i got the linux.h and linux.c files. i copied the text but don't know where to put them. Any idea?

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