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dlvk1
Can someone forward directions for installing the Linux driver for my new
SparkLan WCFM-100 CF card in my Zaurus SL-5500? The Linux directions
for SparkLAN's website were confusing...They mentioned a Linux Source
Tree must be downloaded from www.kernel.org but www.kernel.org had
many different downloads available but none marked Linux Source Tree!
What am I missing? Will this card work in a Zaurus SL-5500?

-Dave sad.gif
Da_Blitz
this should just be plug and play if it is an 802.11b adaptor

if it still dosent work then you may have to edit a pcmcia conf file or two,

might also want to tell us which distro you are running (better yet put it in your tag)
drnick
QUOTE(Da_Blitz @ Aug 23 2006, 08:43 AM)
this should just be plug and play if it is an 802.11b adaptor

if it still dosent work then you may have to edit a pcmcia conf file or two,

might also want to tell us which distro you are running (better yet put it in your tag)
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The card is an 802.11g card. User ztep has built a driver for it, but it depends on what distro you are using. http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21081 perhaps he can help you.
ztep
QUOTE(drnick @ Aug 23 2006, 05:45 PM)
The card is an 802.11g card.  User ztep has built a driver for it, but it depends on what distro you are using.  http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=21081  perhaps he can help you.


As I told in that topic, Yhe driver that I have compiled does not work properly
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