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> Installation On Wireless Nic (truemobile 1150), Driver installation NIC
post Oct 4 2002, 11:27 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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I am trying to install a truemobile 1150 wireless card on my Linux Red Hat 7.3 machine. The problem is, when I type tar zxvf [name of my driver for the truemobile] it askes me a few questions such as are you sure you want to install this and do you want to install this drive to /usr/src/linux. I chose yes to both and it responded with "there is no directory /usr/src/linux. I then checked to see and it was correct, I only have the directory /usr/src/redhat. I then ran the driver again and told it to install at /usr/src/redhat, the response was the same "there is no directory /usr/src/redhat. I was wondering if you could help me with this problem?
Cory Smith
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