Re: Linksys wireless USB stick
On Sep 1, 2007, at 5:45 PM, Wayne Topa wrote:
Arthur Barlow(firstname.lastname@example.org) is reported to have said:
I am running Lenny on a Dell Latitude laptop. The kernel version is
2.6.21. I've been trying to get this wireless stick to work for
but so far no luck, although slight progress has been made. I
that the chip set was Ralink and I downloaded the Linux drivers,
and compiled them. I can now get the laptop to recognize the
stick if I do
the following: ifconfig rausb0 inet up. If I do iwconfig rausb0 it
recognizes that the stick is there.
But, now what? How do I get the stick to log on via DHCP to my
Also if I try to run a command like: iwconfig rausb0 essid
accepts the command but still says that the essid is set to "off/
Thanks for any help in advance.
"this wireless stick" is not very informative, to me anyway.
Have you tried to find if that "wireless stick" even works on linux
google for "Manufacturer +model # of 'this wireless stick'
+linux". You should
know more then this message will get you.
ASCII stupid question, get a stupid ANSI!
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The "stick" is the Linksys compact Wireless-G USB adapter, model
WUSB54GC. It does apparently work with Linux.