beterrell January 24, 2010 at 12:54:22 Specs: Windows XP
I have just install Linux Fedora Core 2 on my PC cause I need it for a class that I'm taking. But anyway, I have a D-Link Wireless Network Adapter on my computer for internet access. I have downloaded the drivers and saved them to my second hard drive. So how do I go about installing the drivers from the second hard drive and mounting the wireless adapter so I will be able to get on the internet through Linux? Thank You in advance...
how are the drivers stored? if the file is a .tar or .tar.gz then it is likely that you will have to manually compile the drivers for them to work on the machine. If the drivers are in a .rpm format, then it is already precompiled and all you have to do is "Run" the file and it should do most of the work for you
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