I bought this board among a zillion others because it was cheap enough and the data sheet stated linux support. All times are GMT If I haven’t changed before this is all over, then I’d like Suse 9. Does it mean we can have a total refund on this card? Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Thanks a lot for help! I have Suse 9.

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The available modules are compiled for fedora, redhat, mandrake, suse and slackware, and a few different kernel versions for each.

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Installing drivers for MSI Wireless 11g PCI Card PC54G2

Nice to see them doing an effort! For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. That site even has some Suse specific instructions.

Please login or register. Well I expected msii Ralink drivers to be the solution but they only provide compiled drivers for a few versions of a few distros. This is my wireless networking card.


I don’t really care if I have to take my time in getting the computer up, but As soon as the OS I’m pc54v2 is ready, then windows is dead! But I think I’d rather change the card instead of the distribution. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

MSI PC54G2 (MS-6834)

Pd54g2 ben je suis de tout coeur avec toi jpm-msi: MSI support in Taiwan has responded to my mail. Same for me, I expected it to be somehow recognized under linux, but no way: Visit the following links: I use the “private”-version of Suse-Linux 9.

At least for the moment!

I really don’t see where MSI’s going, here. Or a way to install linkx another distro! Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. MSI pc54g2 on mandrake I’d like to hear reports from other distributions. BTW, they have removed mention of linux support in the product web page I checked the global site today. The last thread says the Ralink driver 1. Mainly it just says no target when I “Make” it. All times are GMT So I was looking for rpm’s mso there are none for me.


Which I stopped because I understand nothing of what they ask me to do. Msi Wi-fi Pci Pc54g2.

Currently, I think MSI is simply making false claims in order to sell their stuff, and unless they do something quick seems simple enough?? I’m already looking for a replacement solution for my local network, so if anybody knows about linux supported WIFI cards, please tell me us Home Help Search Login Register.

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