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Old 09-13-2005, 07:53 PM   #1
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need help configuring linksys WPC54G v.2 wireless card on SUSE linux 9.1

I recently bought a linksys WPC54g v.2 wireless internet card. I installed the version of NDISWRAPPER that came with the SUSE 9.1 installation CD, What I would like to know is what .inf file do I use from the wireless card's installation CD???

which of these do I use?: LSTINDS.INF, AUTORUN.INF, lsbcnds.inf

what is the simplest way to configure this wireless internet card on SUSE 9.1????

please help me, I am still a fledgling when it comes to linux so please explain to me in as much detail as you can,

Old 09-15-2005, 06:06 AM   #2
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Hi did a google for you - have a look at this article on ubuntu forum I know you have suse 9.1 but the guy explains how he got his WPC54g working with ndiswrapper.


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