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I have a Linksys WUSB54G wireless network adapter. I was wondering if there was any way to get it to work in SuSE 10.0, or will I just have to ...
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- 11-03-2005 #1
Linksys wireless setup in SuSE
- 11-03-2005 #2
Nidswrapper should be already installed and once you get the drivers installed you can use YaST to do the restRegistered GNU/Linux User #399198
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- 11-03-2005 #3
Ah ok thanks. One question though, where would ndiswrapper be on SuSE 10? Since my cable broke I can't have both HDDs in at once so I want to be sure I have a definite purpose before I go and put it in.
- 11-03-2005 #4
open up a konsole, log in as root type ndiswrapper & press enter, if it comes up with a list its installed. if not , exit konsole, go to yast & install it. use the search function in yast to find it if you can't see it in the packages.
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