Re: Wireless. if wireless card not detected or listed?

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On Mon, 2004-12-06 at 15:54, Terry R. Grier wrote:
> Hello under FC3.
> 
> I have an AirVast internall card that came with my laptop.
> 
> It does not get detected with I use the internet setup wizard.
> It is also not listed in the drop down list of cards.
> Is there any options for me? ....
> 
> T

Try using lspci to list the card.  That should give you the chip set
that it is using.  You will then need to find a driver that works with
that chip set.  For instance the particular DWL-G650 card I have uses
the prism chip set.  I successfully used the prism54 drivers with it. 
If you have an atheros chip set check out the madwifi drivers.  Other
chipsets you may need to try the ndiswrapper which allows you to use the
windows supplied drivers.

Hope that helps.

-- 
Scot L. Harris
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As you grow older, you will still do foolish things, but you will do them
with much more enthusiasm.
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