Re: SpeedTouch?

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Many thanks for this. Per fortuna, parlo italiano, cosi...but can you tell me something else?
How do I find out the names of my DNS nameservers? Yes, I am very new at all this...
Best,
Andy


> Andrew Rosenbaum wrote:
> 
> >I've been desperately trying to configure a laptop with a SpeedTouch USB wireless adaptor.
> >I've tried recompiling the kernel, but can't seem to get it right.
> >Any suggestions, starting from scratch (I'm a newbie) would be most appreciated?
> >  
> >
> >>The easiest way to set up fedora so wireless works from a new user
> >>perspective is to use the tipsybottle method
> >>(http://www.tipsybottle.com/technology/wireless/RedHat8-Kismet-HOWTO.shtml)
> >>I have a couple HP Laptops I have set up this way and it has always worked
> >>so far.
> >> 
> >>"When the moon is bright and clouds fill the sky,
> >>I'll be lurking about, sniffing your WiFi" 
> >>
> >>
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Erik Kjær Pedersen [mailto:[email protected]] 
> >>Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 7:38 PM
> >>To: For users of Fedora Core releases
> >>Subject: Notebooks
> >>
> >>Does anybody have experience with fedora on HP's NX5000 Linux notebook. It 
> >>apparently comes wih suse preinstalled, and I have nothing against suse, but
> >>
> >>am more used to fedora
> >>
> >>I am also inetrested in other experiences with norebooks where wireless
> >>works.
> >>
> >>Erik
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
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> >  
> >
> The only thing working on my fedora 2 is the speedtouchconf script
> http://speedtouchconf.sourceforge.net/
> 
>  & using kernel 2.6.8 (or kernel >2.6)
> 
> It is a "version" of gpl drivers.
> You have to read all the page, then installa e launch the script.
> There is only an issue related to a file called resolf.conf.
> The script isn't able to update it.
> You have to take the DNS nameservers(adresses) of your IP and put in 
> resolf.conf.
> 
> There is my  italian step-by-step at:
> http://xoomer.virgilio.it/mute_analysis/speedtouch_guida_fc2.html
> 
> Hoping you can transalte with any online translation service.
> The useful part of my guide is:
> 
> # cd /etc
> # Gedit resolf.conf       (or "mc -e" , jed)
> 
> or
> 
> mc -e resolf.conf
> 
>   Privileges!You have to be root.
> Exampleo: your DNS is 134.123.156.7 134.123.100.7 , you have to write 
> inside resolf.conf
> 
> nameserver 134.123.156.7
> nameserver 134.123.100.7
> 
> you have to save resolf.conf
> 
> etc/init.d/speedtouch start
> 
> My speedtouch "silver" is perfectly functional at the moment
> PLease take care of the particuar fimware you have to use for the 
> speedtouch "silver modem"
> Read details in
> http://speedtouchconf.sourceforge.net/
> 
> Read  all, it's like bible
> 
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