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Discussion in 'All other topics' started by ilex, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. ilex

    ilex Member

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    how i install D-link DWL-122 wlan-thing to Linux SuSE 9.2 ??
    from where i can get drivers??? i am so fed up with linux because i cant get my net working. it sucks!!!!!!
     
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    borhan9 Active member

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    My only advice is change ur OS

     
  3. haimback

    haimback Regular member

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    @ borhan9 - loads people use linux - theres no need to change his O/S
    @ilex you not get a driver disk with it? If not not have a look on manufactuers site.
     
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    The_OGS Active member

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    Linux drivers do not seem to be available from DLink
    http://www.dlink.com.sg/products/support.asp?pid=175#drivers
    Of course, they are not offering Windows drivers either - support must therefore be built-in to the WinXP OS.
    If I was using Linux, I would have checked this out before purchasing a DWL-122.
    802.11b is bloody slow anyway...
    You must try to avoid these very newest, just-released products for use with Linux OS, unless drivers have been developed and are offered.
    There is a link 'for further technical support' on the DLink web - ask them about it :^)
    They seem very pround of their Mac compatibility, but there is no mention of Linux...
    Regards
     
  5. nownthen

    nownthen Regular member

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    Linux isn't supported by this product.
    It is compadible with Windows and Mac only.

     

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