[Wolves] Thomson USB dongle in Linux?
ron at wellsted.org.uk
Tue May 19 12:54:06 UTC 2009
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> 2009/5/19 Andrew Lewis <andrew at monkeysailor.co.uk>:
>> 2009/5/19 Andrew Lewis <andrew at monkeysailor.co.uk>:
>>>> Oh, yes I have done extensive Google Linux searches both in UK Google
>>>> Linux and worldwide. Somehting comes up in the worldwide on but I
>>>> don't speak the lingo..... it's all foriegn language :-(
>>> It's actually an alcatel/thompson. Google translate to the rescue:
>> well, sort of the the rescue.... The general theme is ndiswrapper :)
> Ah, cheers Andy. I think I may have to try it on another XP box then.
> I wanted to try the Ubuntu live disk on the actual PC that I've been
> trying to get the thing working on. To eliminate any hardware
> problems. For all I know the USB device itself may be at fault.
In that case it would still be worth plugging it into linux. You can
then use "dmesg | tail" and lsusb to check that the device is being
recognised on the USB.
ron at wellsted.org.uk http://www.wellsted.org.uk
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