FW: Help setting up Fedora Core 3 to work with Linksys Wireless USBWUSB11
dave at lutzfamily.net
Wed Dec 29 22:55:33 UTC 2004
I still need some help with this. I am running Gnome and FC3. I
started the Hardware Browser and the Linksys Wireless USB shows up in
the list under system devices. So, it appears to be recognized by the
system. However, I am not sure how to configure it to work. Can
someone please provide some guidance? (The machine is too slow to
install KDE, so I am assuming that means I cannot use kwifimanager as
Thanks -- Dave
From: David Lutz [mailto:dave at lutzfamily.net]
Sent: Monday, December 27, 2004 6:21 PM
To: 'Jim'; 'For users of Fedora Core releases'
Subject: RE: Help setting up Fedora Core 3 to work with Linksys Wireless
I'm running Gnome -- will this work with Gnome? Is there a Gnome
I've tried using System Settings -> Network, but there is no Linksys
driver in the dropdown list.
Both lights are on solid on the device. I think I just need
instructions on configuring it in FC3.
From: Jim [mailto:lawrence.jim at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, December 27, 2004 1:31 PM
To: For users of Fedora Core releases
Subject: Re: Help setting up Fedora Core 3 to work with Linksys Wireless
try Applications ---> Internet ---> KWiFi manager
click the config option at the top and fill in the blanks
On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 13:20:55 -0600, David Lutz <dave at lutzfamily.net>
> I have installed FC3 and have it working fine with an ethernet card.
> However, I want to move it to another room and use the Linksys
> Wireless USB device (WUSB11). I have scoured the net, but not found
> any straightforward instructions with regards to FC3. Can someone
> please provide a pointer or instructions on how to get this working?
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