On the Slackware side, I use both bcm43xx and ndiswrapper. Randall Ross randall said on Worked first time for me on Ubuntu Node 0 PXM 0 [ 0. November 21st, 2. I was able to get the card working with the driver installation procedure you linked.

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Texas Instruments ACX 54Mbps Wireless Interface – Without NDISWrapper?

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Please first connect your network card to the wireless router using an ethernet cable also known as a LAN cable. But let’s just take a few shots before throwing it away Let’s see if it is detected at all, please post outputs of – Code:. If this is the right place for analysis help, I can post relevent pieces or the whole nine yards.

Texas Instruments ACX 54Mbps Wireless Interface –

Check out the repo: 54mgps continue my surfing Originally Posted by GaTk dhclient fails and wireless assistant cannot wjreless my router Device name unknown USB: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. No mmconfig possible on device 0: Is there something else I can do? Commit interval 5 seconds [ My wireless card is in a laptop that I dual boot with Windows and Slackware.


Thanks for any help or suggestions. I changed my wreless and ax cards to adhoc mode and then I fired up WINXP pro on my other machine and built an adhoc connection there.

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If you look at this site: Non-free firmware is required for device operation. Ax left e interrupts enabled; disabling [ 0. Since ndiswrapper uses a Windows driver, that is much like using it in Windows. The NDiswrapper option will not work for what I am looking to do. Take care Ted in Atlanta. Getting cpuindex for acpiid 0x1 [ They are native linux drivers, but I don’t know if they support promiscuous mode.


Registered protocol family 20 [ I removed the ra0 interface and configured wlan0 with the parameters to connect to my router.

In my case, I have a line which reads: I’ve contacted ECS and they evidently disown the problem To be honest, I’ve never seen anyone toast a card loading supported firmware. Registered protocol family 16 [ Using 63 for the hash shift. PCI0] bus is 0 [ This jumped at me: After doing a lot of searching on the net, it seems that indeed we may have to resort to ndiswrapper.