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hi the only thing that i found so far on the system that might be of relevant is when i go to menu, then tools, system tools, package stats. i ...
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    hi the only thing that i found so far on the system that might be of relevant is when i go to menu, then tools, system tools, package stats. i then search pci, and i found an rpm package called pciids-0.7-1.20070931mdv2008.0,


    is this any good.

    i really do need to set up my wireless card to use the internet.

    what should i do now, thanks

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    I have a laptop with a Belkin wireless card and 2008 which works fine but as other have said, you need to know the exact chipset.

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    what chipset do you have, and how do i find my chipset

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    u can login as root like this:
    on login screen click on Menu a choice Console login.
    then write down for username: root
    password: [your root password]
    and then write down: kde
    and hit enter
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    sorry about my english

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