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i am trying to get my wireless nic. Its a LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11a/g miniPCI Adapter. Does anyone know a compatible driver and how to configure it?...
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    Linux Newbie xGutsAndGloryx's Avatar
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    configure wireless nic card, Fedora


    i am trying to get my wireless nic. Its a LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11a/g miniPCI Adapter. Does anyone know a compatible driver and how to configure it?
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    Can you provide more details ?

    Which distro are you using ? Fedora Core 6 ?

    What is the output of
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    /sbin/lspci | grep -i network
    ?
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    configure wireless nic card?

    i am using Fedora Core 6... i will get you the other information as soon as i get home...
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    configure wireless nic card

    i have found the file /sbin/lspci... how do i tell what the output is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xGutsAndGloryx
    i have found the file /sbin/lspci... how do i tell what the output is?
    The file /sbin/lspci is an executable, so just open a terminal (command line) and type the command I posted earlier. The output of that command is what we need.
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    configure wireless card

    i entered in the command you said but it didn't do anything...it just dropped me down to the next line.
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    configure wireless nic

    i tried entering it again and still nothing...
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    i am getting this message
    # /sbin/lspci | grep -i network
    08:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection (rev 02)

    what am i doing next???

    thanx

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