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I have been trying for days to configure the wireless adapter on my ACER laptop. This is something that I expected to almost manage itself. I amamazed at the confusing ...
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- 07-28-2008 #1
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What is "Set Mode (8B06)" error
I have been trying for days to configure the wireless adapter on my ACER laptop. This is something that I expected to almost manage itself. I amamazed at the confusing things I have found. I am not getting the warm fuzzy feeling I hoped for with LINUX. I think Windows did too much for me.
I havea wireless network running in my house, everything is soooo easy.
But Fedora9 will only connect via ethernet, which keeps me tethered to my router.....
- 07-28-2008 #2Originally Posted by jdossey
That's not saying there ain't a solution.
Can you give the output of these commands?
/sbin/ifconfig /sbin/ifconfig -a /sbin/lspci
On a related note. I don't have a webcam, so my dad gave his one to me. I plug it in and nothing happens. I open up a mediaplayer and see 'webcam feed' listed. I click it and have life feed from the webcam. I did not click anything, didn't install drivers. Linux just recognizes the device and waits for the user to tell it what to do with it. I can now chat with life audio and video, which I wont... (cuz I hate it)
That's just saying, all I needed to do to install a new webcam was to raise the microphone-in in my mixer because the audio level was to low. You have a little more trouble as it seems, but that's not Linux's (de)fault.Can't tell an OS by it's GUI
- 07-28-2008 #3
To determine the driver to use, more specific information is needed. Read through the post linked to below, and post the output of the commands here in this post.
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