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Old 12-09-2004, 09:38 AM   #1
McBanjo
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Belkin Networking Problems


Hey Linux users,

Well before I start ill say that im a total newbie when it comes to linux okay i only just installed it about an hour ago and am now using windows here to send this. btw i had to read several guides just to install linux. k

I have Linux Fedora Core 3 and i wanna access the internet through my wireless 802.11g network card accessing my belkin router. Its a Belkin F5D7000 and I just really need to know what to do. I have read something about using 'ndiswrapper' though i have no idea what this is. Is there a driver I can get but please you must speak in simple terms and in steps, although I am a very advanced Windows User and I'm not like stupid.

I appreciate any help and I hope I can start learning to use Linux more.

Banjo
 
  


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