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					California State University of
         Long Beach
Engineering Technology Department


       GROUP MEMBER:
       CUONG DAI
       THAIBACH HO LUONG
       INTR: Mr. WALTER MARTINEZ

       May 6, 2005
       3nd PRESENTATION
       THE RED HAT LINUX SYSTEM
       Install Linux Software
 Setup wireless Network.
 Wireless peer to peer: Frames of data are
  broadcast to all modes within range.
 Wireless access point: A wireless
  interface can act an access point for one
  or more wireless clients.
 Multiple wireless access points and
  roaming: Wireless network can be
  configure as a separate cell.
   Configure wireless interface
 Configure wireless cards on two computers
  within a few feet of each other.
 Ad Hoc: All the computers in your wireless single
  virtual.
 Network made up of online one cell.
           Choosing Equipment:
 Start with two computer: How to get
  wireless interfaces working each other.
 Computer & laptop with an available
  PCMCIA (Personal Computer Memory Card International Associate)
 Wireless USB (Universal Serial Bus)
  ADAPTER
 Wireless PC Card
        Using the root Login
 The root user has complete control of the
  operation of your Red Hat Linux system.
 Adding users with user-add
            Install Driver
 NET GEAR Wireless PC (computer
  Personal) Card: WG511 v2 - 508.11g (with
  standard speed 54 Mbps (Mega bits per
  second)
 NET GEAR Wireless USB Adapter:
  WG111 - 508.11g (with standard speed 54
  Mbps)
        Set up FTP & HTTP
 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
 HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
            Linux Problem
 Red Hat Linux couldn’t recognize NET
  GEAR Card and Adapter
 Tried to solve and make it work.
      THE PROBLEM FIXED
 Check the Web side which has somebody
  has success with the Red Hat Linux 9.0
 Tried install the drivers which existed in
  the Web to the Laptop and Desktop.
 Ask somebody for Help: Micro Centers,
  Fry‘s Electronic, Best Buys, Comp USA,
  PC Malls, etc.
 http://www.linuxforums.org/tutorials/8/tutori
  al-23875.html (and the other web sides)
          THE PROBLEMS
 http://www.linuxvoodoo.com/store/product
  _info.php/products_id/492 : kernel 2.4.23
  and 2.6.1, Red Hat 9 with recompiled
  2.4.24 and 2.6.0.
 This is NOT a plug and play solution.
 requires the drivers and a kernel
  recompile, but works nevertheless perfect.

				
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