What to do now?
cijoml at volny.cz
Sat Jan 11 04:28:39 EST 2003
Easyest way is to try compile drivers and then modprobe them :))))
Dne so 11. leden 2003 02:56 jste napsal(a):
> Does that driver work with prism2 chipset? I thought it worked with
> prism2.5 chipset.
> I have a Proxim RangeLan-DS, Not a Proxim RangeLan2 card..
> Mine is model number 8433-05 (internal antenna)
> Ive looked but havnt found what chipset the RangeLan2 cards have... I
> thought I read (was maybe 6 months ago...) that it was the Prism2.5 chip,
> and figured the rlmod driver wouldnt work with the prism2 chip.
> PS, I tried the linux-wlan driver,but never got it to compile right...
> On Friday 10 January 2003 02:24 pm, Michal Semler wrote:
> : Dne pá 10. leden 2003 16:04 jste napsal(a):
> : > My cards (Proxim RangeLan-DS) still dont work under linux :(
> : Proxim RangeLan drivers are here:
> : http://www.komacke.com/distribution.html
> : Michal
> : > They do respond under linux (I can change modes, and see the lights do
> : > different things...) but I dont have them doing anything usefull.
> : > They Do work under windows95/98. (but ... windows doesnt do what I
> : > need) They are 3.3v cards forced into 5v controllers.
> : > New cards arent an option
> : > New laptops arent an option
> : > hostap is really what I need to work (although just orinoco would be
> : > nice too) writing David Hinds (maintainer of pcmcia) bounces. and
> : > no-reply. All the linux software compiles ok, configs seem ok, dmesg
> : > looks good. Cards do not work under linux :(
> : >
> : > Jamie
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