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Master Geek


#114018 5-Feb-2013 11:49

Hi Guys,

I would like to get some assistance in setting up my Raspberry Pi wirelessely connect internet. I have a unused Tivo Wireless adaptor lying around.

Has any one tried configuring Tivo Wireless Adaptor on Rapberry Pi? Last night when I checked, lsusb I can see that raspberry Pi is able to identify that Tivo Wireless adaptor is a Broadcom chip.

Can someone point me to blog or any help is much appreciated?

If its going to be complicated, I might as well get a new linux compatible wireless adaptor from pbtech.

Thanks in advance.




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  #759547 11-Feb-2013 14:57
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When you plug it in does dmesg show that it correctly identifies the adapter and load the appropriate kernel module?
Can you see the adapter listed in the wireless tool? (wpa_gui in X)

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