New wireless hardware

I'm taking a couple of days off from Puppy development while here in Perth. Can't stop thinking about it though.... I went into the city on the train this morning and while walking back from the train station, a thought popped into my head why some people might be having trouble with USB on the 2.6.25.x kernel. This kernel has a couple of new PCI-to-USB bridge modules, apart from the uhci-hcd, ohci-hcd and ehci-hcd modules, and it may be that an extra one is loading and causing a conflict. Just a thought. Running 'lsmod' will let you know what has loaded, and 'modinfo <modulename>' will give info about what it is for.

Getting to end of financial year here in Australia (June 30) so decided it's a good time to buy some stuff. I need more wireless networking adaptors for testing with Puppy, so bought this:

$29 D-Link DWL-G630 PCMCIA wireless adaptor
$35 D-Link DWA-110 USB wireless adaptor

Plus 100-pack of CD-Rs and an optical mouse.

So, now I can get stuck into debugging wireless networking for the pup 4.1!

Posted on 7 Jun 2008, 15:21


Comments:

Posted on 7 Jun 2008, 19:15 by cthisbear
Shades of Captain Kirk
From sci-fi to wi-fi.
Does the man ever stop?

Chris.


Posted on 7 Jun 2008, 21:35 by pakt
D-Link DWL-G630
Interesting, I also bought a D-Link DWL-G630 on sale a couple of weeks ago. From the box, mine says H/W Ver E2 and F/W Ver 5.00. It works with the Ralink RT61 driver.


Posted on 7 Jun 2008, 23:22 by melhundo
Optimizing GCC
http://ldp.iasi.rdsnet.ro/LDP/LGNET/issue88/piszcz.html
This may be interesting for those who compile everything from source.


Posted on 1 Jul 2008, 12:46 by luigi
help
hi i'm getting mad trying to install puppy 4.0 on my picturebook c1mhp and i have almost finished. one of the problems i m having is that i can't have my d link dwl 630 seen by the system. can you help ?