No wireless device recognized on Toshiba Centrino laptop (Solaris 10 Intel)

Hi all,

I installed a Solaris 10 for Intel on my Toshiba Centrino Laptop. Everything seems fine, but I can't seem to know/see how to use the built-in wireless card for network access. I can't find it in the interface (ifconfig -a) and I don't know where to start looking.

Please help.
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Take a look at two sites. First here:

Look around and see if folks have submitted your laptop as working, not working, sorta working, whatever.

Then take a look here:

OpenSolaris is now officially are part of the Solaris development environment and its get software bits before Solaris does e.g. OpenSolaris is more bleeding edge.

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kalmenAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot. It was the:
And I ended up installing the iwi driver.

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