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1. Red Hat
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what all things need to change?
Ben (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: bentech4u
2. Red Hat
Hi, how do I set the DNS in centos.
I don't mean of creating DNS server, but setting what should be the DNS server of centos.
I mean to what server he should go in order to translate url into ip (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: programAngel
I'm looking for a router that has a USB port for my 3G internet card (which is USB) so that several cell phones can connect to the router for wifi internet during a trip with no power outlets except the occasional stop where I will be able to recharge once every 8-10 hours or so.
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Discussion started by: Emiles
4. Red Hat
I am fed up on trying to install my newly purchased usb wireless antenna to my fedora14 machine; so I seek help of all you linux masterminds out there. It worked well in my Win XP. Please help me in setting up it to my Fedora. .
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5. IP Networking
i have wireless usb adapter rtl8187 from micromax company
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can i increase the signal ?
lo no wireless extensions.
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Discussion started by: rsd220
I've installed wireless card and I didn't receive any error in the installation process.
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if I check my card with iwconfig I get the following message
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Mode:Managed ... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: aneuryzma
I bought a wireless modem from '' 3 ''.
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They know nothing about Linux.
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Discussion started by: Angelo
got a wireless usb network card. how can i make it work under redhat9?. it does not come with linux driver. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: GJ2
9. UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers
Hi guys, I've been a linux user for a day now and we are planning of moving from windows to gentoo.
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Discussion started by: 3rr0r_3rr0r
regulatory.bin(5) Linux regulatory.bin(5)
regulatory.bin, regulatory.db - The Linux wireless regulatory database
regulatory.bin and regulatory.db are the files used by the Linux wireless subsystem to keep its regulatory database information.
regulatory.bin is read by crda upon the Linux kernel's request for regulatory information for a specific ISO / IEC 3166 alpha2 country
regulatory.db is a newer, extensible database format which (since Linux 4.15) is read by the kernel directly as a firmware file.
The regulatory database is kept in a small binary format for size and code efficiency. The regulatory.bin file can be parsed and read in
human format by using the regdbdump command. The regulatory database files should be updated upon regulatory changes or corrections.
The regulatory database is maintained by the community as such you are encouraged to send any corrections or updates to the linux-wireless
and wireless-regdb mailing lists: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
regdbdump(8) crda(8) iw(8)
regulatory.bin 21 December 2017 regulatory.bin(5)