[volunteers] upcoming installfest

Daniel Gimpelevich daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us
Tue Mar 13 19:03:00 PST 2007

There have been at least three hardware revisions of the WPC54G (not  
counting the GS). Revisions 1 and 3 are apparently Broadcom chipsets,  
which should work fine after a less-than-straightforward setup.  
Revision 2 would be a much bigger PITA, since it's a Texas Instruments  
chipset. In any case, I would recommend waiting until the version 7.04  
release next month before trying the adapter in earnest.
"No gnu's is good gnu's."   --Gary Gnu, "The Great Space Coaster"

On Mar 13, 2007, at 11:42 AM, Paul Reiber wrote:

> Jamie - I've included Daniel in this reply to get his feedback.
> Daniel - are you aware of any isues with the WPC54G?
> Jamie - Depending on Daniel's answer we'll probably be able to help  
> you.
> Generally, yes, these are the sorts of problems we've been able to  
> address
> at the SVLUG installfests.
> Thanks for your support!  Hope to see you there!
> -Paul, SVLUG's Installfest Coordinator and President
> On 3/13/07, Jamie Love <drjamielove at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> I hope to attend the next installfest but I have a
>> question (and could only find your email address on
>> the website).
>> I've installed Ubuntu but cannot figure out how to get
>> my Linksys Wireless-G (WPC54G) Notebook Adapter to
>> work. I'm new to Linux and am stuck without that
>> communications port.
>> Is this the kind of problem that can be fixed at
>> installfest or do you only do installs?
>> Thanks,
>> Jamie
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