Please enter up to 7 characters for the postcode. Find More Posts by Sometimes. Try doing it entirely manually. I have the same card, and would like to know how to make it work. People who viewed this item also viewed. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. The card should be recognized.
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Ricoh Co Ltd RL5c rev 80 I first compiled the kernel and kernel modules with all pcmcia and wireless options turned on and installed them. Here is some more output info for you to look at: Having a problem logging in? Have one to sell? Buy it now – Add to Watch list Added to your Watch list.
Gigafast WF721-AEX Wireless card setup under Linux
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If yours is realtek, my way could help you.
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GigaFast Wireless 802.11b PCMCIA Adapter Wf721-aex
I managed to make the card work by following this guide: Simplest solution there, is entirely disable that connection if you aren’t using it, that is Try doing it entirely manually. I have not used it, except to see what it does. Back to home page. Watch list is full.
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After various digging around on the web, I think it uses the Atmel chip, because xex what I read it’s either that or a Prism chip, and the Prism is automatically configured in Linux. Visit the following links: I do not use Kudzu on my system, so I cannot check right now. There is however an experimental Linux driver available on Sourceforge for the Realtek chipset.