Re: Airport on Debian
Le 13 avr. 04, à 23:31, Sam George a écrit :
Well I think so, I explicitly demanded these modules when I built my
new kernel. I also looked at /etc/modules, and it tells airport is
loaded during the boot.
Thanks for your answer, but what if iwconfig tells me
that there is no wireless extension ?
Let me see... are the modules loaded? My Pismo uses `airport`,
`orinoco`, and `hermes`. If I don't have the modules loaded I get the
same error. Do you know about the modutils scripts in debian?
The only alias of airport that I have in modules.conf points to
In modules.conf I have `alias eth1 airport`, and airport loads orinoco
and hermes all by its self. The I run:
Is there still some hope that I can manage to configure airport ?
`iwconfig eth1 key 1A1A-1A1A-1A`
And that does it for me as I run dhcpd on another machine.
Then I monitor the link with gkrellm2 via the wireless mod.
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