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Hi all, Well we are almost there. After Oxygen help me grow a brain I managed to get the driver installed and following the excellent tutorial in the How Tos ...
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    Almost there...


    Hi all,

    Well we are almost there. After Oxygen help me grow a brain I managed to get the driver installed and following the excellent tutorial in the How Tos section I actually got my system to connect once to the wireless lan. I check on my server and it definately gave out an IP address but the 1st time I then browsed to the Internet it immediately disconnected.

    This has happened a lot with my Linux installations. I am not using security and just wondering whether there could be anything that would help me here. The bizarre thing is that the Network Manager can see the network and has a massive signal but then doesn't connect.

    It is also possible that my network is naff!

    Thanks for the help thus far.

    Alan

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    Wink Be carefull

    I think I also had a similar error which was due to incorrect file names. I also recommend navigating to the folder that your driver is in and running ndiswrapper from there to avoid further errors in the terminal window due to syntax.

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