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    Default Prolink WN2001 nano USB wireless adapter

    Can it work under Suse?
    How?
    Thank you.
    Have a nice day.
    You have a nice smile!

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    Default Re: Prolink WN2001 nano USB wireless adapter

    On 04/18/2011 05:36 AM, ClrScr wrote:
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    > Can it work under Suse?
    > How?
    > Thank you.
    > Have a nice day.
    > You have a nice smile!


    We need much more information. What chip does your device have? Please post the
    output of 'lsusb'.


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    Default Re: Prolink WN2001 nano USB wireless adapter

    Quote Originally Posted by lwfinger View Post
    On 04/18/2011 05:36 AM, ClrScr wrote:
    >
    > Can it work under Suse?
    > How?
    > Thank you.
    > Have a nice day.
    > You have a nice smile!


    We need much more information. What chip does your device have? Please post the
    output of 'lsusb'.
    If you mean my device I assume you mean the nano usb adapter

    REad about it here

    PROLiNK - Challenge The Limit

    I am currently using this device on my Windows laptop but would perhaps like to install in on Suse later on and eliminate the need for the cable.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Prolink WN2001 nano USB wireless adapter

    On 04/19/2011 12:06 AM, ClrScr wrote:
    >> output of 'lsusb'.

    >
    > If you mean my device I assume you mean the nano usb adapter
    >
    > REad about it here
    >
    > 'PROLiNK - Challenge The Limit'
    > (http://www.prolink2u.com/new/products/index.php?cid=288)
    >
    > I am currently using this device on my Windows laptop but would perhaps
    > like to install in on Suse later on and eliminate the need for the
    > cable.


    What other device would I possibly mean??

    Every PCI or USB device has a pair of 4-digit hexadecimal numbers that identify
    it to the system. Those numbers determine what driver is used. The vendor and
    model information is generally useless when trying to debug driver issues, or in
    trying to help determine if a given piece of hardware is supported.

    If you have access to Linux, open a terminal and enter the command

    Code:
    lsusb
    If you only have access to Windows, use the Control Panel to open the Hardware
    Manager. On the device in question, right click and select properties. In the
    screen that pops up, find the "Hardware IDs". How you do that will depend on
    which version of Windows you have. Report the 3 hex digits after VEN_ and DEV_.

    Until you provide that info, we cannot help you.

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