When I use ndiswrapper -l, I get this: USA and Italy Distribution: Review your favorite Linux distribution. Having a problem logging in? Just starting out and have a question?
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August 25th, 5. The time now is Sorry, it IS netxp. When I use ndiswrapper -l, I get this: Hi, I’ve recently installed Mandriva kernel version: Wireless pci enlwi-g2 problems.
Wireless pci enlwi-g2 problems Hi, I’ve recently installed Mandriva kernel version: Tags driverinstallmandriva Thread Tools. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
Install the kernel sources package. I’ve been installing it with ndiswrapper from the command line: Having a problem logging in?
I installed ndisgtk, and got the net driver installed, however when I click “Configure Network”, it crashes. Netgear Wireless PCI problems.
Visit the following links: You also need to build the kernel once, or the kernel sources won’t work. I’ll try this when I’ve some time. I have already downloaded and installed build-essential and linux-headers-generic I haven’t done any development on Ubuntu except for editing web pages so any help would be appreciated.
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You didn’t say that both files; linjx. I was using ndiswrapper. Or should I expect the same result?
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If it oinux not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! USA and Italy Distribution: I coulnd’t make it work. September 6th, 7. You’re welcome, although I don’t understand why you would be able to use the drivers listed on that particular site. I really hate to lose this one, but if I want to have any connectivity in Linux, it looks like it’s going to be the only choice.
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