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Zerokule
Posted on: Sep 9 2004, 11:03 PM


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List what wireless cards you all are using with linux. I want to use linux all the time but I find myself using the windows side of my laptop more often because my buffalo card isn't supported out of the box. I am new to the system and will learn how to set things up but I need access to info in order to accomplish that. Thanks.
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Zerokule
Posted on: Aug 15 2004, 12:37 PM


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Thank you for your help. I am writing this message from my freshly installed dual boot laptop. Win2k and Mandrake 10. It really was easy. Now I can continue learning how linux works. Thanks again.
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Zerokule
Posted on: Aug 14 2004, 11:40 AM


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You see that's what confuses me. This is a laptop install, one hard drive 40MB. I partition the hard drive using 100% of it's capacity, format it then install windows, then put in the linux disc and it will let me resize the partition to fix in linux? Or do I originally partition the hard drive 75% for windows and the do a separate partition of 25% for linux? I am very new at this kind of installation and appreciate your help.
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Zerokule
Posted on: Aug 14 2004, 11:30 AM


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I am a little confused, do I partition the hard drive into 2 parts BEFORE I install windows, and then Linux? Or do I partition the hard drive as one drive and install windows then install linux? Having a hard time clarifying.
  Forum: Technical Support · Post Preview: #16686 · Replies: 6 · Views: 3,679

Zerokule
Posted on: Jul 23 2004, 07:08 PM


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I should have phrased my second question better. What language are drivers written with? Will c++ work?
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Zerokule
Posted on: Jul 23 2004, 05:47 PM


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Where is a good place to start learning Linux, both GUI and Terminal side?

I have a wireless card, Buffalo WLI-CB-G54A and see that there isn't a driver for Linux yet. Where can I go to learn how to write a driver?

Thanks for the input.

Chris
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Zerokule
Posted on: Jul 21 2004, 10:25 PM


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Never Mind, I figured it out. For the newbies, double click 'start here' and 'system settings' and make sure that your secruity level is not too high and that you are allowing port 80 through.
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Zerokule
Posted on: Jul 21 2004, 07:24 PM


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BTW I made this post with a windows computer, personally built along with the network. I am trying to learn linux because I'm fed up with windoze and want a new challenge. Please help.
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Zerokule
Posted on: Jul 21 2004, 06:47 PM


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I have a laptop running Red Hat Kernel 2.4.6 I believe. I use a Xircom 56K/Ethernet PC card to make the connection. The driver is installed correctly and I have an IP,Sub,Gateway,and DNS Address, however when I open mozilla I never connect. I can ping other IP's but it will not connect. What do I do from here? I haev searched the forums and haven't found anything that I understand well enogh to resolve my issue.

Chris
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