okay... I am brand new to linux. I installed YDL 6.0 on my ps3 because thats what I got. I'm satisfied and am eager to learn more but the only other comp is way out in the living room... and it's not even mine so i have to wait to get on. I've already read up on the ps3's wifi and no support from linux. what I want to do is get my belkin usb 54g adapter to work. I've found this info > http://opensource.bureau-cornavin.com/belkin/index.html
But Have no idea what any of that means
could someone let me know what is the best way to go?... The Linux drivers method, do-it-yourself variant or The "ndiswrapper" method. I have no clue how to install either one and have no clue what all this means:
The first steps are to:
download the archive
go into the archive's directory with "cd"
Then the commands (as a normal user) vary according to the driver you want to compile:
Ralink RT73 $ cd Module
Zydas 1211B In the Makefile, set ZD1211REV_B=1.
Set KERN_26=n if you are using a 2.4 kernel.
Once you have successfully recompiled the driver, you can install it (as "root" user):
# make install
Now test the driver: go to "modprobe" section as explained above.
If someone could translate to a total "newb" that would be great...