I've been working on an Ndiswrapper frontend that will include all its
functions, from adding and removing drivers, to managing the interface alia=
and kernel module.
I'm rewriting most of it and want to add good alias management (remove add
aliases from the interface).
I had previously asked about the device listing that ndiswrapper does, at
the old forum:
So, since each driver can be associated with more than one device and
because more than one valid device may exist, does that mean that there can
be more than one alias in /etc/modprobe.conf pointing to ndiswrapper? For
alias wlan0 ndiswrapper
alias wlan1 ndiswrapper
alias eth1 ndiswrapper
Will the ndiswrapper kernel module be able to be used by more than one
device at once?
If yes, then I was thinking of controlling the association of the hardware
with the interfaces by using UDEV rules.
I have read the man page and there wasn't any indication of what to do when
multiple devices are present, and since I only have one wireless card, I'd
appreciate any enlightenment on this subject.
Thanks in advance!
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