26747Re: Problems with Latitude C400 and TrueMobile wireless drivers
- May 30, 2005Edit:
It seems that the link is broken by wordwrap....so make sure that
Begin link --> http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/phpwiki/index.php/
Suse%20Professional%209.2 <-- end link
you use the compleet link.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jankorel"
> If you look around on the website of Ndiswrapper you will notice acommand
> HOWTO document specially for Suse 9.2 or 9.x users. It is explaned
> step by step how to configure your wireless Lan card. You will also
> find the answer on how to activate your Wlan0 card during boot.
> Link --> http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/phpwiki/index.php/Suse%
> It worked for me....on a Dell Inspiron 5150 and Truemobile.
> I'm using Suse 9.3 and the release notes of that version say's to
> configure your Ethernet card (eth0) as "ifplugged" under advanced
> settings. (Yast --> Network --> configure)
> Try also the following:
> - In console type : su and give root password
> - De-activate your eth0 Ethernet card, type : ifdown eth0
> - Activate your Wlan0 wireless card, type : ifup wlan0
> - To check you can also type : route (in the feedback of this
> you have to see al least your Gateway, ex: 192.168.2.1)I
> --- In email@example.com, "oreomike"
> <Suselaptop@t...> wrote:
> > All,
> > I installed the bcmwl5.inf/sys driver (ndiswrapper -i) and that
> > worked. Then I ran modprobe ndiswrapper. I have my boot set to
> > When I run iwconfig wlan0, I see the MAC of the access point that
> > trying to connect to, but I don't seem to be getting an IP. I
> > view any web pages even if just going to the IP.DHCP,
> > 1) How can I make the laptop boot and not have to run modprobe
> > ndiswrapper each time? In /etc/modprobe.conf?
> > 2) I am unsure how to set up the settings for the card, like
> > how to enure that it really is connecting.
> > If anyone can point me to some good links online, that would be a
> > great help.
> > My System:
> > Dell Latitude C400
> > Suse 9.1
> > Kernel 2.6.5-..?
> > Truemobile card, I think. (I looked up my windows driver and it
> > the bcmwl5)
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Mike
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