From: Rob Quill <rob.quill@gm...> - 2006-06-26 10:20:17
I have been trying to get my Belkin 54g PCI (F5D7000 Rev 3) card to
work under my fresh install of Fedora Core 6 Test 1 (64bit) . I am
using ndiswrapper-1.18. I managed to get it to compile fine, and I
obtained the 2 sets of 64bit drivers from Linuxant.com.
One of these just says it is installed and the other says installed
and hardware present. So then I do modprobe ndiswrapper, then dmesg
and all I get is:
ndiswrapper version <version> loaded
ndiswrapper: driver 'driver 1' added.
(Those are copied from the Installation part of the wiki, because I
can't get the interent in Linux, and therefore can't get the actual
values that easily)
So does anyone have any ideas on why this isnt working?
Also, the wireless adapter shows up as eth1 without using ndiswrapper
but it doesnt work.
Thanks for your help.
From: Georg Schild <dangertools@gm...> - 2006-06-26 12:44:21
Rob Quill wrote:
> Also, the wireless adapter shows up as eth1 without using ndiswrapper
> but it doesnt work.
That's usually the case when you use bcm43xx instead of ndiswrapper.
This driver is in-kernel since 2.6.17-rc2 and if it is built in it will
catch up your device before ndiswrapper can do so. lsmod will tell you
that you use it. So you can either stick with it or remove it and use
X4X - (soon) _the_ xmms2-client