After some hours of resultless work i don't know any further...
I've got OpenSuse 10.0 (for testing purposes), Fedora Core 5, 6 and 7 and drivers from RALink and serialmonkeys page.
Turning the ralink driver on on FC5 results in a system crash. On FC6 and 7 it cam't be installed.
The serialmonkies driver does still work, but just with WEP encryption which is inacceptable for me ( an error message reports that WPA is not supported ).
On Fedora Core 7 a driver called rt61pci is already loaded (a "lsmod |grep rt" revealed its name) so I've got problems installing the serialmonkies one. I added "alias wlan0 rt61pci" to modprobe.conf so that i can configure the device with the gnome network manager, but the system says something like "The device can not be found" or so.
My WLAN Card is a DWL-G510 Revision C2. OpenSuse and FC7 both report a rt61 / rt25xx card with modprobe, but I found no documentation revealing which chip is used on the card.
I want to use my fedora with openoffice and vmware player to be able to use my windows just as a gaming platform with no access to my personal data...
Can anybody help me with this problem? Has anybody been able to use this card with WPA-TKIP encryption and is willing to help me?