Re: Is wireless support any better with FC5?

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For me FC5 has been an absolute nightmare for wifi.  Everything worked
perfectly for me with a orinico supported pcmcia wifi card in FC4. 
Since upgrading, I can't get it to work at all.  The card is detected,
yet it never can connect to anything on any network.

On 4/19/06, James Pifer <jep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Is wireless support any better with FC5?
> I'm on FC4 now and have been using ndiswrapper with a Broadcom card for
> some time: Broadcom Corporation BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN
> Controller (rev 03). Recently my DLink DI-624 router died and I just got
> the replacement. Now I can't get FC4 to reconnect. I can scan the
> wireless network and see it, but I can't connect to it.
> I've also tried two PCMCIA cards, a DLink DWL-G650 with the Atheros
> chipset (I've never got this to work) and a CompUSA card with an unknown
> chipset (doesn't work either).
> I've also never been able to get WEP to work, so I've been stuck using
> no encryption and filtering MACs. I would filter MACs anyway, but would
> really like to use WEP, even though it's not the greatest security.
> All three of these NICs work fine when I boot to Windows XP.
> So I'm wondering if FC5 improves anything. I've heard that SUSE is much
> better at handling wireless, but I really like Fedora/Redhat.
> Any suggestions are appreciated.

L. Friedman                                    netllama@xxxxxxxxx

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