I have a WG card and am normally in prism54 on freenode. Find More Posts by phsythax. Oh how I feel like the newb that I am. Okay, I have double checked, but after the kernel finishes booting, loading all modules, and I login as “root”, I did an “lsmod” to list all modules that are loaded and here is the full list: Add tags Tag help. When the restricted driver module seems to have appeared I’m a relative linux newbie so please forgive me if I don’t give you all the relevant information.
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Your email address will not be published. Hey dm, where did you get that firmware? Got a WG netgear wireless card.
No IRQ known for interrupt pin B of device I was able to establish a connection — Excited was I. I have also downloaded firmware.
BB code is On. Then I have to run dhcpcd again. You can download from here: I’m a relative linux newbie so please forgive me if I don’t give you all the relevant information. Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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This is an option for newbs like me. All times are GMT Any idea is highly appreciated! Loaded prism54 driver, version 1. It should also be noted that firmware. You must use official, proprietary 1.
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Works fine here now writing this on Slackware I’ve copied what others have done in liinux situation. Visit the following links: OK, this is bizarre. I have been having similar problems.
But anyway, it seems that the prism54 module was unable to find the card loading the firmware is done after the detection.
So, we can see here that I DO have pcmcia running and that support is built into the kernel. From the looks of this, all sorts of people are having this problem. Tim Gardner timg-tpi wrote on Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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Okay, I have double checked, but after the kernel finishes booting, loading all modules, and I login as “root”, I did an “lsmod” to list all modules that are loaded and here is the full list: My previous post about the WG got cut off. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
Here is a bugzilla report. I had to follow the instructions in the prism54 README file very carefully to get to this point, including updating the linux hotplug scripts from sourceforge on Redhat 9 and patching a 2. Thank you very much.