From: Mark Preston <emarkpreston@ho...> - 2007-07-24 20:12:09
According to a page at madwifi.org:
The following options should be included in your kernel for the best MadWifi
Kernel 2.6.x: ¶
* Loadable module support → Module versioning support: disabled
* Device Drivers → Network device support → Wireless LAN
(non-hamradio) → Wireless LAN drivers (non-hamradio) & Wireless
* Cryptographic options → Cryptographic API: enabled
* Cryptographic options → Cryptographic API → HMAC support:
* Cryptographic options → Cryptographic API → AES cipher
algorithm: enabled (optional, needed for WPA/WPA2 with CCMP)
I feel like shouting: give me a break! but I won't. How would a
non-professional check this?
Yet, someone please tell me how to find out whether this is true for Ubuntu
Feisty Fawn 7.04?
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From: Michael Renzmann <mrenzmann@ma...> - 2007-07-25 04:13:07
> Yet, someone please tell me how to find out whether this is true for
> Ubuntu Feisty Fawn 7.04?
As far as I know, Ubuntu (similar to Debian) stores the configuration used
to build the installed kernel in /boot. Look out for files with a name
starting with "config-" and locate the one that matches the kernel version
you use (which can be checked via "uname -r"). It's a simple text file, so
use your favorite editor to look at it.
However, if you're using the MadWifi package that comes along with Ubuntu
you won't to take care of that stuff.
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