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Old 05-03-2004, 08:28 PM   #1
Simmion
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wireless troubles on fedora core 1


Hey, im a bit new to linux, first thing i am trying to get working is my wirless card, the problem is, i am on a pc, and i have an orinoco silver pcmcia card, its in the computer via a pcmcia to pci adapter, it comes up in linux as something like RL745f or similar, and also has a label to it saying "Yenta_socket" i guess what i need to do is get it to recognize the actual wireless device connected through it, as of now its only detecting the adapter.
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