I accitentally just replied to James and did not send my e-mail to
mailing list - I apologize, here's the current thread:
On Pi, 2006-05-26 at 07:20 -0700, James Harrison wrote:
> --- Milan Plzik <emempi@...> wrote:
> > On Pi, 2006-05-26 at 06:47 -0700, James Harrison wrote:
> > > I have a third machine which is a 64 bit Athlon running Redhat ES 64.
> > > Ndiswrapper installes on the machine - no problem. However, when I load
> > the
> > > Windows driver in complains that the driver was compiled for a 32 bit
> > machine.
> > >
> > > Is there something I'm doing wrong? If I need to send more information
> > about
> > > the problem, ask and I will send.
> > I think the problem is you are trying to use the same NDIS (windows)
> > driver as you used on the other two machines
> I am using the drivers that came with the D-Link card and NOT the drivers that
> came with the Linksys NICs
I'm sorry, I assumed you use the same cards in all three machines... .
> - for AMD64 linux you need
> > to get 64bit NDIS driver. It should be possible to find some on card
> > vendor's page
> What happens if there is no 64-bit driver on the vendor's page?
You can try to find card with the same chipset, just from different
vendor, and use its driver - it should (in ideal case) work.
ndiswrapper.sf.net/wiki/List should help you to find one - if your card
is known to work on amd64 machine, there should be also link to drivers
with which it worked correctly.
> - look for the driver for Windows x64 or something
> > similar.
> > >
> > > Thanks for any help.
> > >
> > > James Harrison
> > Milan Plzik
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