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> Installing Wireless USB drivers, Installing Wireless USB drivers - d-link dwl-122
jonca
post Feb 9 2008, 01:35 PM
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Hi

I am a complete newbie at Linux and have just installed RedHat9.
I have a wireless USB stick D-Link DWL-122 that I am trying to install without any success.

After plugging the stick in the message logs read ..

:USB device 3 (vend/prod 0x2001/0x3700)is not claimed by any active driver.
:no modules for USB product 2001/3700/132

I think I am right in saying that need to install the drivers for this device.

My questions are these ...
1. The drivers available appear to be only for windows products, however I have read that this should not be a problem is this likely to be correct?
2. How would I go about installing drivers, supposing I downloaded them, got them onto a memory stick and mounted that memory stick onto my linux laptop,
do I just copy them into a specific directory and they just work, or is there some configuration I need to do?

Any help would be great as I really have no idea what I am doing!!
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jonca
post Feb 10 2008, 01:58 PM
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No I haven't recompiled the Kernel, i'll try the i386.

Is there anything else I should do after that, if this all went well, would I expect to be able to ping my router?
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