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Old 04-14-2005, 11:34 AM   #1
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Truemobile 1400 WLAN problem in suse 9.2

I have just installed SUSE 9.2 on a dell 600m laptop. It's dual booting with XP.

Everything is great except I can't get the internal wlan card to work.

I have a Dell Truemobile 1400 pci wlan card.
Suseplugger sees the card, but Yast won't let me config it.

How can I configure this card?

I must be missing something.

I've googled and searched here, but haven't really found anything.

Old 04-14-2005, 07:04 PM   #2
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What drivers are you using? It seems this card uses a Broadcom chipset, which means you will probably need ndiswrapper.

Here's the HCL entry for your card. It does say here that it is possible to get the card working with the use of ndiswrapper.


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