[PLUG] dell 1390 wireless with mandriva..

sameer bivalkar sameerbivalkar at yahoo.com
Sat May 26 18:41:23 IST 2007

glad i could be of help... 

anyone tried beryl 3d on a dell D620?? i get a big
black strip on the right of the screen... which i
belive is because of less VRAM..

anyone else tried it??

--- ॐ <guru.is.on.vi at gmail.com> wrote:

> This is a bit delayed but complete reply... I had a
> chance to check
> everything again...
> Wireless working properly.  What all made it work..
> 1.  information about ndiswrapper etc. etc. and how
> to get wifi up for
> 1390 from http://LinuxQuestions.org  archives.  And
> some information
> on Dell forum..
> 2. Using Win2k driver instead of winXP driver with
> ndiswrapper. - (Sameer)
> 3. Bunch of helpful hints from Others on PLUG.  I
> had almost forgotten
> how to get link up since never had to do that for
> last few years..
> 4. Press the damn Wireless button (**hint**) from
> Devendra
> 5. My strong belief that I would be able get
> wireless up just by
> participating on  PLUG mailing list :-)  I
> definitely looked
> (searched) for resources, archives everywhere but no
> participation.
> Oh.. there is a downside... no episode can be
> complete without the downside..
> Manas... No Wifi light is UP, I can scan the network
> and see others.
> Others do see (Emperor) Penguin.... but no still
> there is *no*
> "ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): wlan0: link becomes ready"
> message.  Just the absense of **not ready**.   But
> hey, I must have
> made some mistake somewhere while trying to infer
> plenty of
> instructions everywhere... :-)
> Thanks!
> --
> %20: "space", the final frontier... These are the
> voyages of Star Trek
> Enterpri..
> #kernel panic: no space left on device
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