Has anyone used, or is using, the Wireless LAN Portfolio from Enfora?
I think there's a Zire72 in my Chirstmas stocking so I'd like see if
anyone has used the Enfora and what the pros/cons are. Thanks.
Deja Moo: I've seen this bullshit before.
My address has been anti-spammed.
Please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org replacing invalid with sonic.
Last I saw was expensive but good reports. but whats wrong with the Palm
WiFi card? $100 and your on your way.
"Otto Pylot" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I think there's a Zire72 in my Chirstmas stocking so I...the wireless receiver to use wireless xbox 360 controller with PC
I got one of these little wireless receiver devices so I could use my
wireless xbox 360 controller with my PC (I just bought Gears of War
for the PC). How can I make the wireless connection between my
controller and the PC without also turning on the xbox 360 console? I
didn't see a way, so I unplugged the power cord of the xbox 360. I
don't want to have to unplug it every time I want to use my wireless
xbox controller with the PC.
I'm doing the same thing with a wireless PS2 controller. I
don't see how you can get past having to power down the
console .. esp if the console i...adding wireless 802.11b to Palm using USB-wireless?
Does any of you know if it is be possible to add
802.11b wireless connectivity to a Palm device
that has a USB port, using one of those handy
802.11b USB-to-wireless devices? It seems to me
that it should be mainly an issue of software,
assuming that the USB-to-wireless device runs off
Drivers are the big issue but there also may be a power issue too. Many of
the USB devices get power from the USB port. I do not know if the Palm USB
port is capable of delivering adequate power from that port.
"flarkblark" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:ba7436c4.03...anyone got a wireless pc running using linux?, what wireless usb nic IS supported ? f--k
I can get on the net using dhcp with knoppix 5.1 but debian 3.0r1 nor
ubuntu 5.04 nor archlinux 7.1 can get my hawking hwu54g wireless usb
zd1211 driver from lsusb
anyone got a wireless pc running using linux?
On 2006-08-31, gavino wrote:
> I can get on the net using dhcp with knoppix 5.1 but debian 3.0r1 nor
> ubuntu 5.04 nor archlinux 7.1 can get my hawking hwu54g wireless usb
> nic going?
Is this a question..., or just random babbling?
> zd1211 driver from lsusp
> anyone got a wireless pc running using linux?
"Ubuntu" -...Using wireless with Linux
I have a Linksys wireless 4 point router 802.11b with a Linksys wireless
usb network adapter and a Linksys wireless network pc card all set up to
run under windows os. I have been trying out various live Linux cds
none of which will work using the wireless network adapter. My
questions are: Can replace the Linksys wireless adapter with another
brand using the current setup and if so which would be a good choice to
run under Linux? I hope to install a linux distro to my hard drive
eventually, many thanks.
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 15:30:40 GMT, Lawrence wrote:
> I have a Linksys wirele...Using wireless networking
I have an acer 5002 notebook with an AMD Turion64 processor. I have
installed Ubuntu linux (Breezy Badger), but noticed that the built-in
wireless network wasn't listed as being compatible. Now, I also noticed
that the Linksys WPC54GS PCMCIA wireless network card was compatible,
so I bought one. Problem is, I figure that it's not working because of
the 64 bit archetecture. Power light's on in the card, I rebooted, and
I can see the card in my Device Manager. I can't see it in my
network-admin, and nothing is listed under iwconfig. I've tried
different ways of using ndiswrap...use wireless network for development?
I was wondering if any groups used a completely
wireless network for software development? If so,
how is it working out?
It would seem if you did the majority of your development
locally, just syncing files periodically, it should be ok.
It seems likely you don't want to compile off a remotely
mounted netapp server though.
> I was wondering if any groups used a completely
> wireless network for software development? If so,
> how is it working out?
> It would seem if you did the majority of your development
> locally, just syncing files periodically, it ...Use Wireless Router as Repeater??????
My home network is wired to several computers via CAT-5, as usual,
with one or more computers linked wirelessly via another Netgear
wireless router (WPN 824). This works swimmingly. Where the signal
is weak, I want to use a wireless connection rather than the CAT-5
that is there. Is it possible to use another Netgear (my old WGR 614)
as a repeater and shut off the routing function of it? Or is this
even necessary (the wireless zones will likely overlap a bit)?
(It will work for awhile by merely plugging it in at that remote
location, but once the DHCP server polls with new IP addresses,
t...multiple input by using wireless
My group members and me are try to develop a project which call wireless data acqusition.
Our main objective is to take are multiple measurement from substation using sensors and converter it to digital by usind ADC.
Then transmit it using wireless device which we try to use such as wifi or zigbee. After that receive it from develop Pc's and do some analysis example measure voltage and cureent. Then this VI's can be monitored and control from the remote Pc's.
I'm manage to do the the remote Pc's application, which I'm applied the web server technique. But ...