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    actually I have a problem in configuring my wireless built-in card from Intel 4965 pro in Toshiba laptop in Linux RedHat 5.4. Actually this problem I used to have it before in the previous version of redhat 5.2 and 5.3 and I couldn't find any solution from before. And the only way to start the Internet within Redhat is only using Wire. I don't know if it needs to reinstall the driver again and I have no idea how to reinstall it. So anyone face this problem from before and got a solution please kindly to help me to solve this problem. I hope if there is any steps or procedure so I can follow it for solving problem like this. Thanks everybody in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by only-linux View Post
    hi there
    actually I have a problem in configuring my wireless built-in card from Intel 4965 pro in Toshiba laptop in Linux RedHat 5.4. Actually this problem I used to have it before in the previous version of redhat 5.2 and 5.3 and I couldn't find any solution from before. And the only way to start the Internet within Redhat is only using Wire. I don't know if it needs to reinstall the driver again and I have no idea how to reinstall it. So anyone face this problem from before and got a solution please kindly to help me to solve this problem. I hope if there is any steps or procedure so I can follow it for solving problem like this. Thanks everybody in advance.
    You are talking about RHEL 5 aren't you? Do you actually have Redhat 5 installed? There is a world of difference because Redhat 5 is ancient and RHEL is fairly new.
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