Firstly, I just want to say that I've finally made Linux my primary
operating system and I really cant explain how absolutely fantastic it
is. If you think Windows is bad, try windows with the added frustration
of using it with a screen reader.
Now, I have a quick question. I am using the Intel 3945 wireless
network card in a HP DV8396EA laptop. Fedora 7, with some coaxing is
now loading the ipw3945 module however when I try to enable the wireless
network card using the network manager in Gnome, it tells me that the
device is busy.
Can someone please point me in the right direction? I've done quite a
lot of reading in relation to this but I'm at a loss.
Even though I've learned a lot about Linux and indeed Fedora in the last
few years, I'm still a newby! Please forgive me!
oh. BTW, a screen reader is a piece of software that is used by blinders
like my self. It converts parts of an interface into synthesized speech
or Braille for people who cant see.
The application I'm using in Linux is Orca.
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