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> Bwi605 Wireless Card, wireless trouble
Quake3DeathGod
post Apr 9 2004, 02:25 PM
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Ok linux people, I hope you can help me out. I am trying to migrate from xp to lindows. I know VERY little about linux. I got everything working in lindows 4.5 except my iblitzz bwi605 card. I tried to get something from lindows.com, but they were no help.
Heres the deal, i have bene reading some about how to set up a network on linux, and everything should be right, but it aint... The card reprotsat iwconfig the correct essid, linkquality of 100, signal of 0, and that it is in loop back mode. I know it has to be talking to the router, cause it has the correct essid, and the correct dns servers listed, and shows acording to the lights it is connected. Any ideals to make it go??
Thanks in advance!

DG
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hughesjr
post Apr 10 2004, 06:20 AM
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I am sorry to say that I know nothing about lindows.

I don't recommend lindows.

If there is an /etc/init.d, see if you can turn off iptables....


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