Jun 21, 2004
2:37 PM EST
|I have also run the WPC55AG on RH9, FC1 and now FC2. Now I'm not quite sure why the author of this story on "The Online Newspaper for Linux and Open Source" is running XP and doesn't just run Linux as his primary OS but I guess that's beside the point. With RH9 and FC1 if you have apt installed it's as easy as "apt-get install kernel-madwifi". For FC2 get the latest kernel (don't use the stock one) and get the madwifi CVS and just "make install". If you need more help on the Red Hats I would be more than happy to help. I have a few threads on the subject at my site, here's one:
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