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> Yah One Problem Down., Suse 8.0 and my wireless network.
Thrawn2
post Jan 9 2003, 11:37 PM
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YAY. i got my windows back and i have since giving up on the mandrake that did it too me. So now of course i have another problem. When using the boot.iso how do i get it too use my wireless pci card. Its a Netgear MA311. i have an ip to put in for the website. And the next question is when it ask for a no scheme http is it looking for
ftp://mirror.mcs.anl.gov/pub/ftp.suse.com/i386/8.0/
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post Jan 9 2003, 11:40 PM
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thanks for looking one more thing the wireless router is MR811 i believe. Its also from netgear. I know that the MA311 is prism 2.5 sorry this is all i can supply. Im trying to try linux but i think it might be out of my league.
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post Jan 10 2003, 08:10 AM
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I recently installed SuSE using the same boot.iso and the same mirror that you are using, and from my memory, that looks like the correct URL. I cannot verify 100% because i'm behind a firewall at work that doesn't all ftp connections.


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