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Old 29th October 2005, 01:13 PM
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fedora 3 and rtl8180

this has been posted in hardware, but i thought it might be better in network;


its about getting the rtl8180 network card to work on fc3 and connecting to my wireless network in general.

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Old 5th November 2005, 04:25 PM
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Driver installed, but still can't access network

Hi all,

I've managed to install the driver for the rtl8180 wireless network card and everything went smoothly.

however, I still can't access the internet (or even the main pc in the house).

I suspect the problem is something to do with the fact that i use the card for windows and linux.

has anyone else had a similar problem, or am I possibly missing steps in configuring the card/network?

i used the windows xp driver with ndiswrapper.
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