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Re: [opensuse] Ralink
  • From: michael norman <michaeltnorman@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 17:28:31 +0000
  • Message-id: <200612141728.31581.michaeltnorman@xxxxxxxxx>
On Thursday 14 December 2006 14:19, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
> >You can stop after make install.
> >
> >Then go into Yast network card config, you should see the card there,
> > select the card and click on edit, click on advanced and hardware details
> > and change the name to rt2500
> This is not required. Each module has a list of PCI/USB/etc. IDs it
> supports. In fact, if I both have rt2500 and rt2500pci in /lib/modules,
> udev happily loads both of them and I am to guess which one is in use.
> -`J'

Before I read your posts I had started another thread Railink rt2500 10.2, its
probaby easier to continue here.

I followed Lennarts suggestion which was what I was used to doing in 10.1 and
although I can select the rt2500 module in Yast it will not connect.

Jan, I am not sure what you mean, but I can select either in Knetworkmanager,
and in neither case will it retain the settings after I have entered the WEP

If either of you or anybody else have managed to get the card to connect I'd
love to know exactly how you have done it.

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