Follow us on Twitter!
It is never to LATE to become what you never WERE.
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Navigation
Home
HellBoundHackers Main:
HellBoundHackers Find:
HellBoundHackers Information:
Learn
Communicate
Submit
Shop
Challenges
HellBoundHackers Exploit:
HellBoundHackers Programming:
HellBoundHackers Think:
HellBoundHackers Track:
HellBoundHackers Patch:
HellBoundHackers Other:
HellBoundHackers Need Help?
Other
Members Online
Total Online: 29
Guests Online: 26
Members Online: 3

Registered Members: 82901
Newest Member: sjs
Latest Articles
View Thread

HellBound Hackers | Computer General | General Computer Problems

Author

Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 23-05-07 15:41
Does any one know how i can set my wireless card to work it reconises it but I'm not sure how to get it to work?
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 23-05-07 15:48
I have the same problem Sad


Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 23-05-07 15:57
If you do "lspci", is your wireless card in the list? or just post the whole list :-).
If not, which wireless card do you have?
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 23-05-07 16:00
1)iwconfig eth1 up --------- enable the wireless device

2)dhcpcd --------- receive a ip

3)iwconfig eth1 --------- info about the network settings of the wireless device.


Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 23-05-07 18:07
You could also install network manager, that way you have an easy way to to connect wireless :-). Especially with protected wireless networks Smile
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2

regret
Member



Posts: 144
Location: edge of existence...
Joined: 16.10.06
Rank:
Apprentice
Posted on 24-05-07 12:40
What model wireless card is it? Does Suse even recognize the wireless card by doing a lspci -l ? You may have to install ndiswrapper (and it's gtk if you're using kde or gnome) and use it to load the windows driver to make it all work.


www.hellboundhackers.org/sig/r/12852.png
I am the machine that reveals the truth to you as only I can see it.

Memories are nice, but that\'s all they are....memories.

You can\'t ever find a place that\'s nice and peaceful, because there isn\'t any. You may think there is, but once you get there, when you\'re not looking, somebody\'ll sneak up and write \'Fuck you\' right under your nose.
di3m0nd6ack www.regretexistence.com
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 24-05-07 14:42
Yeah suse reconises it because it says the name of the card its a Linksys WMP54G card..
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 24-05-07 18:56
So, did you get any progress trying the solutions?
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 25-05-07 16:31
Nah i typed in iwconfig and it says that it does not reconise the command...
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 25-05-07 16:36
Nah i typed in iwconfig and it says that it does not reconise the command...
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2

regret
Member



Posts: 144
Location: edge of existence...
Joined: 16.10.06
Rank:
Apprentice
Posted on 25-05-07 22:56
What kernel version are you using? If you have anything below 2.4.30 (? I believe) chances are that your wireless configuration modules are not loaded by default. You could try upgrading to the latest kernel (2.6.x) as those have many wireless card drivers preloaded (which you can specify in the device drivers section when you do the make menuconfig). Also, have you tried using Ndiswrapper yet? It was created specifically to give support to windows-based wireless cards...


www.hellboundhackers.org/sig/r/12852.png
I am the machine that reveals the truth to you as only I can see it.

Memories are nice, but that\'s all they are....memories.

You can\'t ever find a place that\'s nice and peaceful, because there isn\'t any. You may think there is, but once you get there, when you\'re not looking, somebody\'ll sneak up and write \'Fuck you\' right under your nose.
di3m0nd6ack www.regretexistence.com
Author

RE: Help with SUSE10.2


Member

Your avatar

Posts:
Location:
Joined: 01.01.70
Rank:
Guest
Posted on 26-05-07 21:39
Just try ifconfig instead of iwconfig Smile
Are you trying to do it command line style, or is graphical also ok? Smile

Edited by on 26-05-07 21:40