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Old 06-05-2004, 07:40 AM   #1
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FC2 cannot detect my wireless card (Toshiba Portege M100)

After installing FC2 on my laptop, doing an ifconfig only yields the ethernet card NIC and the local loopback NIC. however, the wireless interface is not listed at all.
As I want to enable wireless LAN by either ipw2100 or ndiswrapper. However, the interface need to be seen by the OS before going onto installing either.
Any suggestions?


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