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Sep 26, 2009

I've spent AGES getting ndiswrapper to work on FC11 with my USR 5416 card.

Now it's finally working and Networkmanager can see my local wireless network. Problem is when I try to connect and it asks for the wep key, the encryption I'm using is not an option.

My network uses a 64 bit ASCII passphrase. My options when connecting are:

None of these seem to be right for my network and, consequently, none of them work.

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Code:
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wl 1278432 0
lib80211 6436 2 lib80211_crypt_tkip,wl

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Code:

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