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Old 10th April 2007, 09:30 PM
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Question Installing Wireless Network Driver Without a Network Connection???

Hi all,

I have Fedora 6 and the card in question is:

Linksys Wireless-G USB Adapter version: WUSB54GC

I have this system on a dual boot with Windows which has access to a USB 1gig key and cd writer.

I am a little stumped as to how I find and install the right driver. Any advice on the installation and configuration of drivers or the way to search for this driver or instructions would be greatly appreciated.

This might not be a great topic but I can not find any help on driver searching or offline driver installation.

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