I am a novice linux user, who recently tried to configure my wireless cards to work on a dual boot system of opensuse 10.2 and winxp.
Suse 10.2 fails to boot correctly after the configuration of my wireless cards.
After GRUB loads, it doesn't matter if I try to start suse 10.2 or suse 10.2 (failsafe), suse cannot load.
It stops after it says:
enabling syn flood protection done
disabling ip forwarding done
setting up hostname 'linux-ntvr' done
setting up loopback interface done
I got suse 10.2 and winxp dual booting on my system. I have two different wireless cards:
D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G510 Wireless PCI Card (revision A I think)
NETGEAR WG111 802.11g Wireless USB2.0 Adapter (version 1)
Both work on winxp.
After following these instructions:
on how to setup ndiswrapper in order to use my winxp drivers to wirelessly connect to my router -- I have successfully installed the wrapper and verfied that my drivers were correctly installed using the:
After that, I start up Yast and attempt to configure my network (using the instructions as a guide). I could not configure my network properly. It was late, and I shut down my computer and resigned to finish troubleshooting the next day.
Next day, I have the bootup problems. I tried putting the dvd I used to install suse and use the "rescue system" option, but it goes straight to the rescue command-line which I am unfamiliar.
Any help is sincerely appreciated.