i already told you that there is no udev file pertaining to the
device. in addition, it doesn't matter WHAT interface i specified, it
would not change.
for some reason, though, it has begun to start as eth1 again. perhaps
it's with 1.21
On 7/17/06, Giridhar Pemmasani <pgiri@...> wrote:
> > there is definitely something wrong with the module
> > option.
> No, there is not.
> > but once i reload
> > module, it's eth1. basically the
> > options ndiswrapper if_name=wlan0 - does not work
> > options ndiswrapper if_name=eth1 - does not work
> Some user space program (e.g., udev) is changing
> network interface name. If you cared to see the logs,
> you would notice ndiswrapper initializes the interface
> with wlan0 (or whatever module option you give), but
> later kernel changes it to eth1 on behalf of, e.g.,
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around