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Re: [opensuse] Wireless Card
  • From: Danesh Daroui <Danesh.D@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 09:43:37 +0100
  • Message-id: <45D41D39.3020508@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Andreas Jaeger wrote:
Danesh Daroui <Danesh.D@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

Hi all,

I have recently installed OpenSuse 10.2 and as I expected I have
problem with my wireless card, however OpenSuse has act more efficient
than Ubuntu so far. It actually detects my card but I can not connect
to my wireless network. I use a HP Pavilion laptop which has a

Which wireless card do you have?

Run hwinfo --wlan as root and show us the output.

built-in wireless card. It also has a light which will be on if the
card is active. This light is always off on OpenSuse. So I decided to
install the Windows drivers using ndiswrapper, but it needs the kernel
source. In OpenSuse the kernel folder exists but there is no include
folder in it which is needed by ndiswrapper. Can anybody help?

If you really need that, you have to install the kernel-source
package.

I suggest you check the opensuse.org wiki for further details,

Andreas


I could not run "hwinfo --wlan". There is no such command.

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