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    Re: Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 driver

    it is `modprobe iwlagn`, not `prodprobe iwlagn`.
    Also, after running that, don't reboot, since this is not saved in the setup, it will get reset after a reboot.
  2. Re: Another wireless issue thread --- Intel Corporation Device 0887 (rev c4)

    Yes. That is it.
  3. Re: Another wireless issue thread --- Intel Corporation Device 0887 (rev c4)

    It removed the link from my post. It is http://intellinuxwireless.org/?n=Downloads (if it removes it again, that is intellinuxwireless dot org and click on "downloads" at the top of the page.
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    Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 driver

    I have the above card and it didn't work out of the box in 5r3. The fix was very simple (adding a file to /lib/firmware). Can this be added to the main distribution, as well as maybe the other ones...
  5. Re: Another wireless issue thread --- Intel Corporation Device 0887 (rev c4)

    After spending almost 3 hours on it, I got it working. For all those coming here searching for solutions to similar problems, here is what I did:


    Using Windows, I found my card to be an Intel...
  6. Another wireless issue thread --- Intel Corporation Device 0887 (rev c4)

    I am using Backtrack 5 r5, and have no wireless card access. I am reasonably comfortable with a command line, but don't really understand the driver issues in Linux, and especially this whole...
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