Software needed: bluez-kernel-2.3.tar.gz # sources for kernel modules bluez-libs-2.4.tar.gz # libraries needed for bluez-utils bluez-utils-2.3.tar.gz # utilities needed to use your BT adapter bluez-sdp-1.1.tar.gz # tools to search for BT services in your neighborhood bluez-pan-1.1.tar.gz # tools to crate local BT services rfcomm-0.8.tar.gz # utilities to create connections to the services These can be found on http://bluez.sourceforge.net/download/download.html. Binary packages for your distribution can be found at: http://bluez.sourceforge.net/download/debian/ http://bluez.
Software needed: linux-wlan-ng-0.2.1-pre7.tar.gz Newer versions may be available from http://www.linux-wlan.com. Untar the package: tar zvxf linux-wlan-ng-.tar.gz Now cd into the newly created directory and run the Configure script: ./Configure You will be presented with some questions about the driver you want to build and the location of your kernel sources: ————– Linux WLAN Configuration Script ————- The default responses are correct for most users. Build Prism2.x PCMCIA Card Services (_cs) driver?
This howto is pretty old and could be deemed depricated. I haven’t had the time to make a howto for the current (cvs) prism54 drivers. I have tried them however, and must say that they perform very, very well :) First check your wireless card, on the back it should say it’s a WL-100 and then a revision letter. This should say i (for Intersil) the b version of this card will not work since that is a Broadcom chipset.