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      Mandriva Official Documentation

      Official documentation for extant versions of Mandriva can be found at doc.mandriva.com.   Documentation for the latest release may take some time to appear there. You can install all the manuals from the main repository if you have Mandriva installed - files are prefixed mandriva-doc.
    • paul

      Forum software upgrade   10/29/17

      So you may have noticed the forum software has upgraded !!!
      A few things that have changed. We no longer have community blogs (was never really used) We no longer have a portal page.
      We can discuss this, and decide whether it is needed (It costs money) See this thread: Here


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  1. Wireless and WPA problem [solved]

    Thanks all for your help but I think this is the good chance to re-install my Mandriva 2007 that is in a bad shape. Thanks again to all, MODs can close/delete this topic.
  2. Hi all! From a lot of time I installed my Sitecom WL-170 wireless PCMCIA card on Mandriva 2007 and with ndiswrapper I surfed the web without problems. A couple days ago I discovered some new drivers for my card and I installed them. I took them from here. My card uses Rt61 driver. However, now I can't acces to my wireless home network. I found 2 active interface, ra0 and wlan0. I can see my card works, I can see my home network BUT there's always WEP encryption while I use WPA. I think the problem is in WPA settings but I could have no idea. At least I can unistall Rt61 driver and use ndiswprapper but I don't know how to do it. Can you tell me something? Thanks in advance.
  3. Wireless firmware needed [solved]

    Hi all! I suggested ndiswrapper 'cause it worked and works fine for me with my Sitecom WL-170. Of course, I'm a Mandriva's newbie but all I understand I want to share. :P
  4. Wireless firmware needed [solved]

    Hi! Did you try ndiswrapper? Maybe this way could solve your problem... At least have a read on it. ;)
  5. Links to be added

    Ok, forgive me. :woops: BTW, I added that wiki's page on my bookmarks... :D
  6. Links to be added

    Hi all! #1: http://www.mandrakeitalia.org/, an Italian forum for Mandriva users; #2: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/, a powerful tool for wireless network cards. Bye! ;)
  7. Hi! I could help with Italian, if you want. ;)
  8. USRobotics VoIP Internet Mini Phone

    Hi all! If someone finds a solution please inform me... US Robotics said me this phone isn't tested nor supportes on Linux...
  9. USRobotics VoIP Internet Mini Phone

    No, forgive me for not understanding. :unsure:
  10. USRobotics VoIP Internet Mini Phone

    Do you know someone can do this?
  11. USRobotics VoIP Internet Mini Phone

    Hi, now the problem is: who can write a driver? I have no idea how to make it... :unsure:
  12. Hi all! I've installed Skype on my Mandriva 2007 and I would use my VoIP phone. This phone of course hasn't a Linux driver, so i would know if someone has an idea to make it working.
  13. Yes, locales-it are installed and Mandriva was succesfully updated (I downloaded and installed 131 packages). I think at this time the problem isn't so big: Firefox and OpenOffice are both in Italian and if the rest is in English... I will accept it. Of course, if you have solutions let me know! :D
  14. For example, my terminal is all in English, I have "FIle - Edit - View - Terminal - Tabs - Help" on the up bar; right-click on Terminal gives me "Open terminal - Open tab - Close windows - Change profile..."; on desktop I have "Applications - Places - System". If I log-out and select Italian I expect all is in Italian, not only something. Firefox now is in Italian, after I uninstalled previous verions and installed Firefox 2. OpenOffice needed a language change: after I did it now is in Italian. "Confogure your computer" is also all in English. I'll try to switch on more times the language with Gnome... I hope these info could be useful to understand what's going on... :unsure: