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I am using Fedora Core 3. I have a Belkin F5D7010 54g wireless card with Broadcom chipset. I got the wireless card to turn on and the power light turns ...
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    Trouble with wireless card getting an ip address


    I am using Fedora Core 3. I have a Belkin F5D7010 54g wireless card with Broadcom chipset. I got the wireless card to turn on and the power light turns on using ndiswrapper. I cannot get it to get an IP address, however, so I cannot access the internet with it, just through the wired connection to my router.

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    Have you tried specifying one with ifconfig? What about dhcp?
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