first, sorry for my englisch, because i'm german and student.... it could be very bad ;)
I loaded my winxp driver for my wlan usb card from the driver cd with ndiswrapper -i sis162u.inf
ndiswrapper -l results
driver and hardware present....
->I type ndiswrapper -m and it result with alias ndiswrapper written ind modprobe.... or so similar
if I type modprobe ndiswrapper it result with "FATAL Module ndiswrapper not found"
Yes, I have the Kernel-Source installed
Updates are installed too
ASUS A4K with a (it said the asus hotline) wl 167 card (USB) they said no manufacturer
the driver name on CD is sis162u.inf so I think it is a SiS 162 card?
what's up? o.O
I hope you can help me....
p.s. How can I find out what chipset is on the card?
with best regards Kingston
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On Oct 27, 11:38, Florian Hilgenberg wrote:
>if I type modprobe ndiswrapper it result with "FATAL Module ndiswrapper not found"
The kernel and the ndiswrapper module must be compiled with the same compiler.
Also make sure that the module is really installed:
(find /lib/modules/`uname -r` -name "ndiswrapper*" -print)
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