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    What kind of card do you have? You may want to run
    Code:
    lspci
    and post the output so we can see whether your chipset is supported.
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    No problem0!

    Linux is sooooooooooo much easier than Windows for setting it up, or so I though.

    On this machine, my desktop, it set it up no problem at all, but on my HP Laptop I am having all sort of problems.

    I am using a BT Voyager 2100 which has an access point, this PC connected via an ethernet usb link and I have a pcmia card for my laptop BUT what gets in the way on my laptop it the built in ethernet card, I have tried disabling with no success and I just can't figure out how to set the card up on it. I don't think the laptop likes Linux as the graphic mode is all wrong as well!

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