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> Redhat 9 Buffalo Wireless Card Get Drivers And Wor, wireless card setup
post Dec 14 2003, 12:10 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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im using redhat 9 and i have a buffalo pcmcia wireless card. i want to get it going so i looked in my redhat bible book 1200pages thick and flipped to the wireless section and i tried everything in thier possible.

so i then surfed the site for the last 2 hrs trying to find what i can do to get the card up and running!
yet the only thing i can find is sites referencing the wvlan or wavelan driver which will work with the buffalo card?
ok so i search for internet for wvlan driver huh ? gez not found ?

is it in the distro ?

will any built in drivers work?

this is the main reason people have trouble with linux is because hardware is not working properly with thier system!

it can make things very difficult which is why people use M$ .

Is their a site on the internet i can pay someone money to help me with linux questions?

im more then willing to pay $$$$.

:newbie: :Pengy:
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post Dec 26 2003, 11:14 AM
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Its GNU/

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This will supposedly get that card working for Linux...

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