๐Ÿ•—๏ธŽ - 2001-08-05

Yesterday I bought an Apple Airport UFO. I've got it configured via MacOS, but I can't seem to get the Airport-driver working correctly under GNU/Linux. I can only load the airport module if I do not specify any parameters?! Contact me if you've got the solution. Thanks.

Update: - don't worry about those parameters. Just load the module, ifup eth1 and then configure with iwconfig (from the wireless-tools package (on Debian, anyway)). That's it!


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