Re: Fwd: Re: Going wireless
I've been trying all the different possibilities I can think of.
No change. :-(
iwlist wlan0 scan still shows "No scan results".
I am sad about it. I am running out of ideas. :-(
I have read the howtos 100 times, have done thousands of tests to no
I guess it is time for me to give thanks to all of you who have helped
me, specially you David. I guess I've got to wait until I become more
knowledgeable on linux and get a better understanding about this whole
----- Mensaje Original -----
De: David Fokkema <email@example.com>
Fecha: Martes, Junio 22, 2004 12:54 pm
Asunto: Re: Fwd: Re: Going wireless
> On Tue, Jun 22, 2004 at 08:42:09AM -0600, Marvin Gerardo Aguero
> Salazar wrote:
> > Guys, first of all, let me clarify a couple of things. I hail
> from the
> > Windows world where you just plug the card, install the drivers and
> > voila, you're all set. I am just trying to learn about access
> points and
> > all that.
> > Secondly, one my co-workers is right next to me and he is working
> just> fine with his wireless card in the windows world. That tells
> us that
> > there is an access point close by. At the hotel where I am
> staying at
> > there is also a WiFi network. I have been unable to scan a
> network on
> > either environment.
> > I think the kernel/driver is seeing the card for one of the
> lights is
> > on. Besides, I can "see" the wlan0 device.
> > Here is the output of iwconfig, ifconfig and iwlist commands.
> Again, I
> > would appreciate any help on this matter.
> Just a shot in the dark.
> iwconfig wlan0 mode ad-hoc
> iwlist wlan0 scan
> Any change?
> Best of luck,
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