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Old 09-27-2004, 09:22 PM   #1
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Fedora Core 2 - Setting up a Belkin Wireless Connection

New here like everyone else and I've just started out with Linux and I've got Fedora Core 2 up on my test-bed computer (AMD 2400+ Barton Core, ANS 35 Ultra motherboard(?), GForce 3 graphics card, NForce 2, and a 20 gig drive and Audigy sound card I salvaged) to try out Linux. I have a Belkin 54g wireless connected to my brother's machine in the next room. I've looked for drivers for Belkin but the only ones I've found were for some site called and to use them it apears I need to pay. I guess my question is two parts: How would I configure the ethernet connection and will it require getting the drivers from or is there some other way? Thanks for any help anyone can give me.

P.S. - If there is no way, that's cool, I'll just run a cable directly across the hall to the router and try that.


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