Slackware 10.0 and Windows XP Installation Issue

Steve Holmes steve at
Sun Oct 24 12:35:55 EDT 2004

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I've done a bit with wireless connectivity with an old laptop here but
that was via a PCMCIA belkin wireless adaptor but It brings a couple
links I have in my bookmarks.  I'll try and pass those along to you
for what it's worth.

Wireless Tools for Linux -
AbsoluteValue Systems, Inc. - -

Another good source is  Sorry, I can't remember their
exact address; I thought I had it here but...


On Fri, Oct 22, 2004 at 09:48:50PM -0700, Zachary wrote:
> Hi,
> I've decided to make a switch to Linux, if not as my primary operating 
> system, as my secondary one.  I must warn you that I am not a particularly 
> experienced person.
> My small problem concerns a Linux quirk, not a Speakup one.  I just want to 
> be able to use the same internet setup I use with Windows, with Linux.
> This means that I need to use my Wireless network adapter.  This is a USB 
> device.
> Unfortunately, Linux doesn't see it.  It is from Belkin, identified in 
> Windows as "Belkin 11MBPS Wireless USB Network Adaptor."
> I am also concerned about partitions and Duel Booting. I am not ready to 
> destroy Windows just yet.  If anyone could help with this, I would greatly 
> appreciate it.
> Thanks,
> Zachary Kline
> PS: Hello to everybody on the list.
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