Still trying to get wireless card working with FC5

alan alan at clueserver.org
Fri Sep 8 16:07:30 UTC 2006


On Thu, 7 Sep 2006, Jim Lowman wrote:

> Hello again,
>
> Using lspci -v, I found that my new Netgear WG511T wireless PCMCIA card has 
> the
> Atheros chipset (AR5212).
>
> However, when I use the GUI to add the card as eth1, I don't see Atheros 
> listed among
> the choices.
>
> Any advice is most welcome.

Look for the MadWifi drivers.  I believe the AT or Livna repository has 
them.  (Or you can build them from source.  Just make sure you have 
kernel-devel and sharutils installed.)

There is a problem building MadWifi on kernels 2.6.18+.  I have not gotten 
that working yet.  (Supposedly you just replace all the includes for 
config.h to autoconf.h, but that still did not compile for me.  Need to 
spend more than 30 second on the problem I guess...)

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