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I'm pretty new with linux and i'm trying to find an OS that will work with my laptop. i've found several that do most of what i want but i ...
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- 08-10-2005 #1
Wireless sees the Network but won't connect
- 08-11-2005 #2
Well I know for a fact that SuSE 9.3 supports and configures atheros cards out of the box (my laptop has a 5004G card).
can you paste the output of the following command:
iwconfigLife is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 08-11-2005 #3
maybe i'm just a moron
i got sick of those and downloaded Suse 9.3 and am installed it and iwconfig doesnt work as a command is there something different in suse
- 08-11-2005 #4
iwconfig should work as a command; what output are you getting when you try to run it?There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and UNIX. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.
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- 08-11-2005 #5
If it's telling you that the command doesn't exist, try installing the "wireless-tools" package via YaST.
- 08-11-2005 #6
i'm still getting bash: iwconfig: command not found
- 08-11-2005 #7
i'm an idiot
ok i got the wireless working. now how to i update software to be able to play a dvd and i'll be set. i'll check other forums. thanks for your help.
- 08-12-2005 #8
Re: i'm an idiotOriginally Posted by truoc444Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.
- 10-04-2009 #9
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Atheros AAA connect
I did the same to search through several Linux opsys versions. Got my Atheros card to work running BackTrack 3, and PClinuxOS to connect an Acer Aspire One with no problem, even when setting up WAP security.