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Topic # 8663 19-Jul-2006 13:47
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Hi All
i am totally a newbie at Linux but am enjoying the change I have Xandros 3 installed on my computer with a Linksys WAG54G wireless router i used to connect via eternet no problem but have gone wireless which Windows picked up but Xandros cannot see??

could someone please either take me through this (step by Step) or point me to a help site

or is this in the to hard basket

Many thanks Peter

ps I see there is a version 4 of xandros out is it any better?

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  Reply # 41983 19-Jul-2006 14:13
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4 is going to be available for open circulation edition later this year. Till then, its a pay-for OS.

Re: Wireless... we need to know what WiFi card (not router) you are using...









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  Reply # 41999 19-Jul-2006 17:23
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I dont know? in control panel it says wireless g pci adapter driver provider broadcom corp manufacturer linksys is this of any help

Regards Pete

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  Reply # 42343 24-Jul-2006 20:08

have a look in the network control center panel. running the network connection wizard also might yield results.
if the wireless is not showing up there you may need to use ndiswrapper




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