I don't know if anyone has set an email regarding this yet, but I =
noticed that I couldn't use the ndiswrapper script from svn. I kept =
trying to figure out what the problem was and ended up just typing perl =
/usr/sbin/ndiswrapper. That's when something came to me that there may =
be some breaks in the script that the perl interpreter cannot understand =
due to someone editing the file on a non *nix system. So I ran dos2unix =
on the file and it worked fine. The -v option showed that everything =
was edited using a mac. Should that have been a problem? I'm using =
mandriva 2006 linux. =20
On Saturday 10 June 2006 07:06, Evurunobi, Katriska C wrote:
> The -v option showed that everything was edited using a mac. =20
> Should that have been a problem? I'm using mandriva 2006 linux. =20
Yes, this could have been a problem -- of old, the line terminator=20
on a Mac was a carriage return (CR), not a LF.
I took out the current SVN, but could not see it (I guess you were=20
talking about the ./utils/ndiswrapper).