Mandrake Linux 8.2 with Buffalo AirStation problem??

Mandrake Linux 8.2 with Buffalo AirStation problem??

Post by wooki » Wed, 27 Mar 2002 00:37:28


I am using Buffalo AirStation with local router for my home LAN.  My
ThinkPad 600 has a Buffalo WLAN PC card which has been working fine with MDK
8.1.  But recently I installed Mandrake Linux 8.2 on it and now I find the
WLAN does not work anymore.  The power LED of the PC card does light up but
I seems cannot connect to the access point, I also cannot ping to other
computers in my LAN.  Since the hardware has been working fine before, it
just happen after I installed MDK 8.2 so I assume it is a
software/setting/driver problem.  Please help...

Best Regards,

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1. help needed: wireless networking with Buffalo AirStation

I've got a Sony VAIO subnotebook, a Buffalo AirStation and a
PCMCIA Buffalo wireless LAN card.

This setup works perfectly under Windows 2000.
I've also got the standard RedHat 7.1 setup installed.
When I boot up the wireless card is recognised and
started, but whatever I do it doesn't connect to the AirStation.
I've been through wireless.opts and tried all kinds of things
but get nowhere.

Anyone out there manage this and can help me?

Rob Scott

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