Stickman wrote:I can't get my router going as its drivers are on a disk and only compatible with windows. Because of this I need wine to run the disk, but I can't use apt-get to install wine due to lack of internet connection. I've looked on the Wine website and it doesn't say specifically which version i need for linux mint.
Stickman wrote:Oops - I'm an idiot - I meant WIRELESS CARD not router... I wrote that post under extreme fatigue (and a general dopiness...). Whoops
Sundayrefugee has suggested a version of wine, so should be sorted.
Stickman wrote:Nah there are lots of files, but I don't know which I want or how to install them to Mint. And presumably, it can't install anything when working from a LiveCD because it can't modify the CDs data?
rec9140 wrote:If you have two optical drives and can put the CD in a 2nd drive while the Live CD/DVD is in the first
rec9140 wrote:Copy the files, from the xp directory to your home directory.
rec9140 wrote:I am guessing your probably headed to use NDISWRAPPER, and some one proficient on that will need to step in, as I don't use it as my wireless is already supported.
Stickman wrote:I do have 2 optical drives, this is what I've been doing
Stickman wrote:But I think herein lies the problem: the home directory is the cd, which I can't write to. And if I could, I wouldn't know where to paste the files to.
Stickman wrote:Well I don't know if my wireless is supported. It's being recognized by Mint as being there, and its seeing networks etc - it just can't connect to my router. Maybe the router is at fault. It says its only compatible with WIndows "and other OS's running a TCP/IP network". Huh???
Stickman wrote:1) Router is Netgear DG834G
2) Wireless card is Netgear WG311 v2. It says 54 mbps, 802.11g on the box if that's helpful.
3) The computer is a desktop homebuild (I knocked it together out of assorted bits). AMD Athlon XP2600+ (1.92ghz), 1.25 GB RAM, Radeon 9200 128MB graphics.
Stickman wrote:What is Unionfs?
Stickman wrote:I've tried the command line configuration suggested in the mintwifi wiki, but that didn't work, returning the error "No DHCPOFFERS received. No working leases in persistent database - sleeping."
Stickman wrote:I wonder if this is something to do with the router itself. The router's firewall is set to block all inbound services: does the DHC protocol run with the above process count as an inbound service?
Stickman wrote: Or, is there any possibility its to do with the routers DCHP which can be PPPoE or PPPoA?
Stickman wrote:1) The router is working for the internet with other computers, all of which can access the internet without a proble.... wireless as XP but not as LM.
Stickman wrote:2) I just checked the DHCP and it is activated. It was under the LAP IP Setup menu - is this the right thing?
Stickman wrote:3) Knetwork manager does indeed show my network as well as others from the street.
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