Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Another Wifi Cf Card Working Right Out Of The Box
OESF Forums > Distros, Development, and Model Specific Forums > Model Specific Forums > Cxx0 Hardware
jman
Ive just got a second hand wifi card for my c760 and has worked just out of the box. In fact, I'm now writing this from the Z. It's a Sony Air Shot card. It was part of a Sony wifi projector. The projector broke and its owner has sold the wifi card to me. The card model appears on the sticker on the card as "IFU-WLC1". It's a 11mbps card and worked without trouble. I've been using it for almost an hour and the battery level has just dropped by 15%, so I guess it's not a very power consuming card. Since I got it for under $30, I guess it's not a bad deal.

BTW, the Z detects the card as "OrigoV2/Senao WLAN CF Card"

See you.

EDIT: I've just found the card is a rebranded model. The exact model is an Ovislink Airlive WL1100CF. It uses a prism 3.0 chipset
jman
The card scared me for the first time when , for no apparent reason, it refused to connect to my router although the light had turned on and it looked good. Then I realized I had just installed the wireless tools v. 0.28 I had downloaded from some site. After uninstalling the package, the card connected again. Anyone knows why did that happen?
speculatrix
QUOTE(jman @ Jan 27 2007, 01:22 AM)
The card scared me for the first time when , for no apparent reason, it refused to connect to my router although the light had turned on and it looked good. Then I realized I had just installed the wireless tools v. 0.28 I had downloaded from some site. After uninstalling the package, the card connected again. Anyone knows why did that happen?
*



did the new wireless tools change any of the config files which tell card manager what the devices are? things like the hostap_cs.conf? that would then prevent your card from being recognised.

when you install the new wireless tools, and then insert the card, what do you see in "tail /var/log/messages" and "dmesg" outputs.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2015 Invision Power Services, Inc.