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802.11g card linux driver question

I've noticed there were quite few people using wireless card on laptop 
as discussed in "A distribution bytes the dust!" thread.

I just purchased today, U.S. Robotics 802.11g Wireless Turbo PC Card
to be used with my Compaq Armada E500 running RedHat9/KDE. 

Auto-detect did not work, (Nothing with Kudzu) and I've tried System
Setting -> Network to add new hardware with no result. There is no
U.S.Robotics in the pulldown choice or I did not know which card is
compatible with it. I've also just upgraded Kernel to 2.4.20-20.9, with
no luck.

Any suggestion you may have is very much appreciated since I am hitting
dead end trying to solve this problem on my own. 

Thank you very much in advance.

Daigo Fujiwara

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