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    madwifi


    I run opensuse 10.2 - I downloaded and installed madwifi in yast to get driver support for my ubiquiti SRC card. madwifi is installed according to Yast so now how do I install my card?

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    Linux Enthusiast carlosponti's Avatar
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    this is the tutorial i followed to get mine working http://linux.wordpress.com/2006/05/2...ed-wifi-cards/

    you might look through and see if there is anything you missed.
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    Ok - I have a feeling madwifi is installed and working correctly but my real problem is I am missing something else. I can not run the iwconfig command, I get command not found, also I get that when I try to run ifconfig. I do have net-tools installed - anyone know why I cant use those commands?

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    You need to install wireless-tools
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