linux at nc
Jan 18, 2009, 7:03 AM
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grep your MAC address from the output of dmesg. This should show the
Re: how do I tell my PCMCIA wifi card on iBook G3 800MHz
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driver that found the interface.
You can find your MAC address using ifconfig. Look for the interface
with your IP address.
dmesg | grep 00:01:02:03:04:AB (use your MAC address here)
On Jan 18, 2009, at 3:20 AM, zhangweiwu [at] realss wrote:
> I can use wireless with wireless-tools fine, with no configuration at
> all (no configuration: I don't even need to add a single line to
> /etc/conf.d/net in order to use it).
> However wireless-tools doesn't support WPA which I sometimes use. I
> installed wpa_supplicants but having read the WPA need user specify
> which driver to use for it.
> In order to know which driver to use I first need to know what
> I have. However lspci does not list my wifi device (nor lsusb). But
> devices does exist because I can surf the Internet with it.
> Where do I start from here?