From: Kevin Penrose <kevin.penrose@mo...> - 2004-03-23 13:51:16
This is exactly what happens to me! Someone who shares my pain!
If I set the mode to Auto, I can set the essid, but it appears to be
meaningless, as I can't ping the AP or anything.
Machine slows down quite a bit, enough so that scrolling in xterms is
noticeably slow. And the extra cpu cycles are being used
by user space applications, like the X server, or any application that I
happen to be using, e.g. OpenOffice. Usually my laptop
is blindingly fast, but with the wireless enabled, it's worse than my old
From: Tim Oliver Wagner [mailto:lists@...]
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 8:43 AM
Subject: Re: [Ndiswrapper-general] ndiswrapper on amd64 must be possible
Am Di, den 23.03.2004 schrieb Pontus Fuchs um 14:27:
> On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 14:22, Kevin Penrose wrote:
> As long as you are running a 32-bit kernel it should be possible.
Thats my configuration. I use a 64 Bit laptop with a 32 bit kernel. I
can load the module, but I have two problems:
- I cant set the essid
- and sometimes the System is slowing down
It would be great, if somebody can help me to solve this problems ...
Greetings and tia
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