I had a acer netbook with aspire linpus linux on it, and loaded Teenpup over the top. The ethernet driver is working, can go on the internet with the ethernet cable, but cannot get on wireless. ive been to the control panel, and its massive list of drivers, but none ive tried have been compatable, nor have i had any success with the "auto-probe" feature. does anyone know what driver i should be using for my acer netbook?? this is my first time using linux, i am deeply impressed by it as an ox, but advice on this would be greatly appreciated
If you are using teenpup mini then you require the latest 3G pet from Rerwin. It has all the latest drivers for puppy linux, and teenpup seems to be very happy so far as I know after installing it.
I currently am using teenpup with my acer netbook, and it is working beautifully. Also have it working with my 3G vodafone but needed to install this pet. Not all drivers are in teenpup for the acer as I believe it was designed for the Eee pcs, but I have found it to be a very nice puplet for any machine so far.
Here is the link, just scroll down to find his 3G_pupdial-wireless-13.pet
Click on the pet to install it then reboot your netbook, go to setup and click on wireless setup and you should now see your wireless module.
Hope this helps