QUOTE(bkudria @ Oct 31 2006, 12:01 PM)
Hrw: I don't see that in the feeds, which ipk should I be installing?
HoloVector: I installed the Full version, and unfortunately, it is not plug and play.
Any help appreciated!
Sorry I read your first post and looks like it just needs a profile connection configuration (which is never plug and play in Cacko). Since you have Cacko Full the card itself is plug and play. That means the card will be properly detected as a LA4100 Spectrum24 CF WLAN Card under the little computer icon by the clock.
In order for it to work you will need some information about the access point that you want to connect to. Here is what you will need at the minimum.
Access point name (ESS-ID)
WEP key level (Disabled, 40bit, 104bit)
WEP key (in Hex or Plain Text)
WEP Authentication type (shared key, open system)
WPA level (I can't help you here because the access points I use are not WPA enabled)
Now you will need to go under the settings tab and Network control panel.
Make sure the Wireless LAN Card is selected from the drop down box and hit the Add button.
Give the Account a name (usually choose the access point's name) and tap the Config tab. Uncheck the Non-Spec ESS-ID: ANY and put in your Access Point's name. You can try the any but, might not work since most access points these days have at leaset WEP turned on.
If WEP is enabled on your Access Point tap the WEP tab choose your key level type and then enter the key assigned by your access point and set WEP authentication type.
If your access point is connected a DSL modem you may need to fill out some info under the PPPoE tab.
If your access point is WPA enabled you will to use the WPA suplicant client in the Konsole in order to complete the connection. I've never had to do this so I am uncertain what you might need to do here.
Usually at that point I click OK and a plug icon appears near the clock. Tap the Plug icon and your profile should appear on the Connection screen. Either highlight it and tap connect or do nothing and it will attempt to connect in 5 seconds.
Once you see the plug icon turn into a blue card with blue arcs on top of it you are connected to your access point and can start up Netfront or Opera for some browsing goodness.