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Old 01-09-2006, 04:06 PM   #1
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cant get acx111 wireless to work with fedora4

Hello ppl

I have a problem:
I am a new user to Linux, using Fedora 4(kernel version 2.6.11)
I want to setup the d-link g520+ (acx111 chipset) wireless pci with Fedora 4.
My network uses wpa.

First of all i wish to know if it is possible to install the above mentioned card taking the above requirements into consideration. If so please can you specify where I can obtain a guide to set it up?

I have studied the the guide(which is great however that for kernel version 2.4XX users only.

First of all I have checked this site to ensure that iam not asking a qustion thats already answered.
I would also like to apologies in advance if my post is not detailed enough. This is my first thread and my first post .

Can any help be offered to me at all? Thank you in advance.



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