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Re: DWL-650

Here you go folks :)


Just copy that file into /etc/pcmcia and you are all set (or at least,
It Works For Me).

On Sun, 2002-02-03 at 15:39, Andrew McMillan wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-02-04 at 12:32, Tom Allison wrote:
> > I have been using this card for a while under Linux with the wvlan_cs 
> > driver for 802.11b Prism II cards.
> > 
> > I want to move over to the orinoco_cs driver.  If I change the kernel 
> > I have to spend hours fiddling with trying to get this driver working 
> > again.
> > 
> > There used to be a website that had specifics, in great detail, on how 
> > to get this D-Link DWL-650 NIC working with the orinoco_cs driver. 
> > But I've spent two days looking for it and have come up with nothing. 
> >   It was originally a post on a web-zine.
> > 
> > Does anyone have any help they can throw my way on how to get this 
> > working?  I think the biggest hang-up I've got is that I have no clue 
> > how to identify this device in the /etc/pcmcia/config file.  I know 
> > it's not listed there, I always had to edit that file myself for the 
> > wvlan_cs too.
> If you do have any luck I would be interested in hearing about it as
> well - I have recently got one of these and it is working well with the
> linux-wlan-ng drivers (0.13pre1), but it would be nice to not have to
> depend on a non-Debian package.
> I did try the orinoco_cs package (amongst others) but could not get it
> to work.  I managed to make the config file changes and to get pcmcia
> loading the driver on insert, but it wasn't dealing correctly with my
> card (kernel 2.4.17) at which point I gave up.
> Regards,
> 					Andrew.
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