Unable to get Lucent/Agere (ORiNOCO USB Client Gold) to work in linux
Hi there, I recently purchased a Orinoco USB Client Gold to use as an external wireless network card for my linux dists, I have tried to follow several different guides on how to get it to work but none have given me (or I'm just plainly stupid ^^) enough information to bring it up and working.
using the lsusb command gives me
And the same goes for Ubuntu 6.10, 7.10 and the new 8.04.
I'm clueless of how to continue cause most of these warns when trying
to use the make command that the driver is already in the kernel?
Or something the like.
Does anyone have any ideas of how to get this darned card working in
Linux? Cause I'm out of ideas and not really sure what to look for
Thanks for your time reading my problems through
I think I just put this in the wrong part, should have been in the hardware part, well, I am a newbie, sorry for the inconvenience.
After trying to make the driver from http://www.nongnu.org/orinoco/
I'm slapped with this message
Well what exactly do you mean by not working? Is the device detected, does the module load, does the interface come up, etc, etc?
It sees the usb device with the lsusb, but the interface doesn't come up, the module is not loading (at least I don't think it does) and the device doesn't indicate that it is running at all (two leds not showing anything)
Bah, not even getting the LED's to show a single flashing light..
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