[CentOS] very new user having problems

Tue Sep 5 01:31:45 UTC 2006
barbaara fberg <barbara1_1_1 at hotmail.com>

it is a regular router
I drilled holes in the closet and put cat 5 cable through the floors to 
connect the computers
I will have to take apart the unix machine to look at the card.
I do not know how to do ispci-v-v   is that done in my home page?
I am very new to this.  I have used DOS and Win 3, 95 and 98
I do not know what pebble is.

>From: John Summerfield <debian at herakles.homelinux.org>
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>Subject: Re: [CentOS] very new user having problems
>Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2006 07:18:32 +0800
>barbaara fberg wrote:
>>yes I am certain I do not understand the question.
>>I have an antenae in the front yard connected with coax cable    to a 
>>radio   toa networking box
>>it is a wireless connection
>You haven't responed to my earilier post.
>We need the specifics of you set up; are you using a wireless router or do 
>you have PCI card in your Linux box? What brand? What does "lspci -v -v" 
>Have you tried pebble? Pebble is designed for what I think you want, and if 
>that works then maybe we can extrapolate. If Pebble doesn't work, ask its 
>supporters for help; if they can't get Pebble working, there's little 
>chance for us.
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