Bt Voyager 1060 Driver Linux
I feel that WindowsXP has let me down now one too many time. I have three Atheros based cards and I have to say after years of swearing by MadWifi I find ndiswrapper much easier. sfjgts Hardware & Laptops 4 14th August 2005 11:56 AM AOL - BT Voyager 105 - FC2 tchatzi EOL (End Of Life) Versions 0 16th June 2005 08:11 PM bt voyager Tried some other broadcom ones which didnt work. weblink
My psk is a 64 character hex string by the way. Need help running Linux on your netbook? Join Us! Join the community here. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-laptop-and-netbook-25/bt-voyager-1060-under-linux-472313/
If the status has changed to In Use then you are successful.You can now go into Network Connection and connect to your network. If it works you can then go about having the kernel module probed at boot - try this Sysconfig Ndiswrapper If you are having problems though I would recommend upgrading to But I'm impatient.) 1.
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- Thanks in advance for the help, Marcus Last edited by marcusshirley; 08-09-2006 at 09:48 AM.
That's disappointing. You are logged in as . Click OK to extract the firmware. How can I get the ini file for this network card?
On a slightly related subject, I'll mention this while I remember it (sorry rarsa don't mean to go off topic too far) I know that some APs have problems with some I'm using (according to the router) "mixed WPA+WPA2 with preshared key". The hardware is a Netgear WG511T with Atheros chipset. Join Date Jan 2005 Posts 2 Voyager 1060 Have you tried driverloader?I managed to get it started but not able to completely configure with my router Reply With Quote 01-24-2005 #5
Main Menu LQ Calendar LQ Rules LQ Sitemap Site FAQ View New Posts View Latest Posts Zero Reply Threads LQ Wiki Most Wanted Jeremy's Blog Report LQ Bug Syndicate Latest I am just interested at this point in knowing what has worked for you. So being a complete newby I could do with some help. This forum is for you.
The wireless range is 50m indoors and 250m outdoors in ideal conditions. click resources I know its possible with XP but Im new to Linux and haven't got a clue where to start. so im stuck there. Get force-get May The Source Be With You /dev/null /dev/null2 Reply With Quote 12-09-2004 #3 geoffDeGeoffGeoff View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined!
Thanks _________________http://rarsa.blogspot.com Covering my eclectic thoughts http://www.kwlug.org/blog/48 Covering my Linux How-to Back to top PaulBx1 Joined: 16 Jun 2006Posts: 2307Location: Wyoming, USA Posted: Sun 04 Feb 2007, 12:16 Post subject: http://linuxcrypt.net/bt-voyager/bt-voyager-1060-driver-xp.html this might be a long time after this post, but thanks very much, super helpful! Please submit your review for BT Voyager 1060 Laptop Adapter 1. Last edited by bigtomrodney; 07-31-2007 at 07:34 AM.
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I also ran wpa_passphrase manually to get the hex-converted psk; I know some interfaces (Windows) allows you to enter the key directly (would be a good feature to add to the Registered Linux user #378740 New members read here / Forum Rules #linuxforums on irc.freenode.net Reply With Quote 04-29-2006 #9 Mclarenvj View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Just Joined! How do I share the internet connection between the two?
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Reply With Quote 04-30-2006 #10 bigtomrodney View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Linux Guru Join Date Nov 2004 Location Ireland Posts 6,148 You can just use Konsole if I don't think a lot of the wireless packages were available in 9.2. Will I need to install the software under XP to get the ini? This is the original setup I used to test wpa_supplicant, but I no longer have access to this card.
During installation it will ask you if you would like it to fetch and extract the firmware. Join Date Dec 2004 Posts 2 It is a pcmcia card in a Sony Vaio laptop. I need to connect to it with my voyager 1040 pci card from my linux pc running fedora core 2. http://linuxcrypt.net/bt-voyager/bt-voyager-1060-driver.html All rights reserved.
Has anybody managed to? I have done some research and found NSWRAPPER to be the reccommended one to use. Im using an IBM Thinkpad 600 in this example.After converting from the dark side to my first release of Linux, namely Xubuntu 7.10, my first problem was installing the wireless card Thank You for Submitting an Update to Your Review, !
How do I install the driver for the 1060? (I have a CD but it's for Windows) 2.