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Hello The module for my nic is buggy so But I think I've got a wifi card the matter is : I don't know which model it is and of ...
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    Linux and the Wifi


    Hello
    The module for my nic is buggy so
    But I think I've got a wifi card the matter is : I don't know which model it is and of course I need it so can anybody tell me how I can know the model of this card?
    Thx
    PS:I know anything to the wifi stuff

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    ummm
    take out the card, read the label

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    ummm
    take out the card, read the label
    It's not possible without taking out the card?

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    If the card is in your puter then you should be able to do 'lspci' as root and have it show you all the hardware in your puter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gwalters
    If the card is in your puter then you should be able to do 'lspci' as root and have it show you all the hardware in your puter.
    I try that but I cannot see it

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    okay... well could you paste the output of lspci

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerdonald
    okay... well could you paste the output of lspci
    will try to do that in a few days not tom but on saturday (got work tom)
    Thx for the help

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    maybe you could do 'pnpdump' that might show you your card.
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