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Result of TRENDnet WiFi PCMCIA hardware probe
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2005, 16:12    Post subject:  Result of TRENDnet WiFi PCMCIA hardware probe  

Greetings!

Whilst trying to run/check useability of Puppy on my IBM ThinkPad 310 ED, in which I have installed
a PCMCIA card (TRENDnet)(802.11b), and whilst doing a Hardware Probe to see if Puppy could 'see'
the card, I recieved a window that asked me to send you a snapshot of the (recieved) window. As I
cannot yet get Puppy to see this PCMCIA card and thus connect to the internet, I have chosen to send
you the wording of the (recieved) window by hand. To wit:

Puppy Hardware Probe

No info found about the device 1317.8201 (Network-Other)!
Please send a snapshot of this window to
puppy@goosee.com Also read Modules HOWTO

CARDBUS i82365: Texas Instruments PCI1131 (104c:ac15) detected
CARDBUS i82365: Texas Instruments PCI1131 (104c:ac15) detected

(Note: I wouldnt' have posted this here, except message sent to puppy@goosee.com bounced)

Someday I will actually figure out how to connect my Thinkpad to the Internet using Puppy...........................
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2005, 18:58    Post subject:  

can you run

#lspci

and relay the output ?

Thanks
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2005, 11:21    Post subject: Puppy PCMCIA  

I failed to mention that I am a newbie to Linux. Is that all I type at the terminal prompt? (#lspci)
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2005, 14:51    Post subject: trendnet  

Most Trendnet 802.11B pcmcia is a realtek 8180 based wireless card.
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2005, 16:18    Post subject: Re: Puppy PCMCIA  

backpages wrote:
I failed to mention that I am a newbie to Linux. Is that all I type at the terminal prompt? (#lspci)
Yes
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PostPosted: Mon 15 Aug 2005, 18:29    Post subject: Re: trendnet  

edfcmc wrote:
Most Trendnet 802.11B pcmcia is a realtek 8180 based wireless card.


That's the catch...Most Very Happy But we like to be sure that's why we require the output of lspci and that means we know for SURE Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed 17 Aug 2005, 11:44    Post subject: #lspci results  

bladehunter wrote:
can you run

#lspci

and relay the output ?

Thanks


Here are the results of #lspci:

0:0.0 10b9:1521 (rev 1c)
0:2.0 10b9:1523 (rev 07)
0:2.1 10b9:5219 (rev 20)
0:4.0 104c:ac15 (rev 01)
0:4.1 104c:ac15 (rev 01)
0:6.0 102c:00e0 (rev c6)
2:0.0 1317:8201 (rev 11)
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