Can't find network card
james at grayonline.id.au
Thu Feb 9 21:35:53 UTC 2006
On Thu, 9 Feb 2006 23:45, guido dom wrote:
> 2006/2/9, James Gray <james at grayonline.id.au>:
> > On Thu, 9 Feb 2006 20:01, guido dom wrote:
> > > 2006/2/9, James Gray:
> > > > For example, this lappy I typing on has an "Intel Pro Wireless
> > 2200B/G"
> > > > wifi
> > > > card which is aliased to "eth0". However, the correct modprobe
> > > > spell is "modprobe ipw2200" which loads the ipw2200 module/driver.
> > > > IOW the "ipw2200"
> > > > module is the driver for the NIC.
> > >
> > > Hello
> > >
> > > I have the same wificard in my ACER ASPIRE laptop and it does not
> > > work with ifconfig add and so on
> > > I have installed the drivers with ndiswrapper and it is recognised
> > > but gets no ipadres from dhcp
> > >
> > > etc/network (I use Xandros)/interfaces seems to be correct; it shows
> > > two interfaces eth0 (networkcard) and eth1 (wificard)
> > >
> > > What now?
> > [Top posting fixed - DONT top mmkay?]
> > Guido,
> > Are you saying you have an Intel pro wireless card in your aspire? If
> > so, you don't need NDIS wrapper - it's supported natively in Linux.
> > The specifics of installing under Xandros I can't comment on....never
> > used it. Although it wouldn't be too different to other Debian-based
> > distro's.
> > Maybe ask on a Xandrox list?
> Sorry, misunderstanding, probably from my side
> It is an IPN2220 (Inprocom) card
[Top posting fixed - *again*. Seriously dude, don't top post ]
OK, so it's IPN2200. No biggie. These work (from all reports I've seen)
with NDIS Wrapper. Did you follow the installation procedure:
It's pretty straight forward from what I can see.
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them were fishermen.
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