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> Ma101 Help With Redhat 9, PLEASE HELP ME!
max2themax
post Sep 19 2003, 09:03 PM
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Sorry if I seem redundant. I know there are a billion sites out there about the atmel-like driver. I tried just about every help site there is. I have tried compiling in a bunch of modes, I have tried changing the usb-uhci to the uhci, I have tried using different drivers, and I am pretty much fed up. Before I uninstall Red Hat and format the drive to run Windows XP, which works for me, is there anything else I can do? Thanks.


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Current Problems:

Netgear MA101 revision B doesn't work
Compaq IJ1200 printer doesn't work
Serious lack of professional software
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Red Hat Linux 9.0
P4 1.69 Ghz 533 Mhz Cache
512 MB RAM
GeForce FX 5200 128 MB
65 GB Hard Drive
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max2themax
post Sep 19 2003, 09:16 PM
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Wait, hold up, I've looked up this forum, I've gone through the tutorials, I've looked through all of the troubleshooting, I've switched a computer (!) and even reinstalled Linux, just to name a few things I have done to make sure I didn't make a stupid mistake somewhere.


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Current Problems:

Netgear MA101 revision B doesn't work
Compaq IJ1200 printer doesn't work
Serious lack of professional software
___________________________________________
Red Hat Linux 9.0
P4 1.69 Ghz 533 Mhz Cache
512 MB RAM
GeForce FX 5200 128 MB
65 GB Hard Drive
___________________________________________
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