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> Trying To Install A Linksys Wusb Version 2.6
yuckmouth
post Aug 25 2004, 12:21 AM
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Can anyone help me I'm new to linux and I want to get on the net first and formost. Thanks in advance.

P.S. I'm running fedora core 2
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post Aug 25 2004, 10:45 AM
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Ok, I have never tried to get a wireless USB working, something I should maybe go home and screw with some time. But for now, here are just some random things I pulled off the net.

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If you are using a distribution with the kernel 2.4, the modules are already compiled.
The module that we are using is pegasus.o, but in order to create the virtual network device eth0, usb-uhci.o must be loaded before pegasus.o
In order to do that, you'll have to make sure usb-uhci is loaded before pegasus
- For a Redhat or a Mandrake distribution, edit /etc/modules.conf and make sur there is a line alias usb-interface usb-uhci before alias eth0 pegasus

You're probably using 2.6 with Mandrake 10, but they shouldn't have taken anything out.

And this is a good sight with lots of how-tos and modules and and stuff
http://www.linux-wireless.org/


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