I know I am. So I moved onto the network setup using iwconfig, assigning essid, keys… Ran dhcpcd. I tried to obfuscate my AP name and meant to replace it in the “iwconfig ath0” output as well. I had a Mandrake 2. Seems to fail under a heavy load. From the looks of this, all sorts of people are having this problem.
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Does anyone have an idea as to what happened to prism Now I am very happy not using Winblows and using my Linux laptop with wireless internet.
Your email address will not be published. If wg11t, could any send me a copy of the firmware? Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Rebooted the system, but I get the following error: I tried to obfuscate my AP name and meant to replace it in the “iwconfig ath0” output as well. Seems to fail under a heavy load.
WG511T – 108 Mbps Wireless PC Card
Sun Mar 18 Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process.
I’ve switched encryption off to check it’s nothing to do with that and rebooted dual boot into Windows on the same laptop to check it’s not hardware.
I’ve copied what others have done in this situation. I found the following entry driverloader: Thanks for any help anyone can offer.
It should also be noted that firmware. Oh how I feel like the newb that I am. What step am I missing. Please provide dmesg output. But anyway, it seems that the prism54 module was wv511t to find the card loading the firmware is done after the detection.
Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on So you should try the one in the windows driver. I’m a relative linux newbie so please forgive me if I don’t give you all the relevant information. It’s not that Wireshark stops or that i get any errors, there just stops comming new packets, which i know is wrong. Does anybody know why everything stopped after choosing WEP?
Hey dm, where did you get that firmware? Today, without any updates I used the network connection system tray icon, and notice that it shows the AP’s and libux I went through the configuration via this applet not thinking it would make any difference.
I compiled and installed the kernel: I usually use a Cisco Aironet but the new one is a 54g so.
Ben Collins ben-collins wrote on Bug attachments dmesg output edit Add attachment. You should look on mandrake mailing list, i think.
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I have also downloaded firmware. Dan White ubuntu-danwhite wrote on Got a WG netgear wireless card. After incorporating the latest Patches for the kernel upgrading to v. It only takes 10 minutes to figure that this kind of cards are well supported in Linux.