Am Don, 1998-01-01 um 10.55 schrieb Dennis J.Tuchler:
I would be thankful for answers to some questions:
about wireless cards
1) Re: Wireless Ethernet Cards for Desktops.
How does one get Linux to recognize an ethernet card (e.g. a wireless card)
that is not on the list of supported cards shown by YAST2?
Well, it USUALLY works.
It's just sometimes a pain to get the right
drivers. For example you will probably have try all the drivers (some
card seem to work with external pcmcia drivers. And then there are the
wlan-ng drivers, ...
2) Re: Installing a PCMCIA card onto a Desktop.
I understand that one can install a wireless PCMCIA ethernet card in a
desktop with the appropriate PCI card. Is there any problem with Linux's
recognizing the card under these circumstances?
Under Linux 8.0, is there any problem with recognition and use of a wireless
PCMCIA? I read the relevant HowTo, but that installed under Debian and I
about the SuSE stuff, you'll have to configure it (probably