Hello all, System: T30 type 2366-52u Fedora FC1 Intel VE/100 on eth0 as e100 module And what should be prism2_pci + p80211.o for a "Harris Semiconducter" Prism 2.5 Wavelan chipset. (the radio is built in, not a card service) In lspci and hwbrowser these objects are found with no problem, except that in hwbrowser the chipset is listed to work with orinoco_cs This is incorrect as I found out when I did have prism2_pci working with RedHat 8.0 before I upgraded. I have no recollection of just HOW I was able to get it work, just know it took a long time, a lot of Readme's and tries with RPM's and tar.gz from the wlan-ng group. In v 0.15 corresponding to RH8, the wlan.conf lives under /etc/wlan.conf I now notice they reworked how networking is instantiated -> now under /etc/network-scripts/ The question is two fold: Why in the world is this still so difficult!? Adding a built in ethernet device always works, and plug-in (card service) modules for ethernet also always work, but my guess is that folks in the wlan-ng group are not seeing the bigger picture, and are focusing on the tasks of updating the underlying code. My wish list for this would be constructing a front-end for the RPM/tar'balls that allows you to identify the card/card-type and assigning it to wlan0 before it then and tries to insmod... That way Redhat then can in turn build it into their 'neat' wizard... But anyway, that's more a gripe than a question. The real question is... How in heck do I get the wireless adapter net setup to work by hand? The Fedora "Add a network device" or whatever it is wizard just does not work correctly for built-in radios. I keep choking on "Unresolved symbol... Bla bla bla... /usr/lib/modules/xxkernelxx/net/p80211.o" I was close once, where I actually got the radio on and working, but it picked up my neighbor's AP via wlancfg-DEFAULT rather than my specified wlancfg-goo (yes, I named my AP "goo") but then with additional attempts at tinkering I lost the setup I had where I had gotten THAT far, Grrrrrrrrrrrr................. Any help would be appreciated, but mostly help with attempting to figure out how the new "network-scripts" structure of assigning devices to modules, and then which conf's get configured in which syntax, etc. would be most helpful. If I can grasp the overall picture, I can usually figure out the minutia of configuring the last steps by watching the error messages. /me fears I should have left well enough alone with RH8.0 instead of upgrading to Fedora! Otherwise, I like Fedora, no other problems found. Peace all. Richard.