Re: ndiswrapper help please (newbie)
From: Shadow_7 (wwwshadow7_at_yaNOhoo.comNULL)
Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2004 05:17:38 GMT
> '/lib/modules/<VERSION>/build' should be a link to the kernel
> source, where <VERSION> is the version of the kernel you are running.
This appears to be the only UPPER CASE thing I noticed in the doctoral
thesis. Perhaps you actually had a question?
Looking at this, <VERSION> is probably the same as `uname -r`. If you
built your own kernel it should already be present, unless you did a make
clean. Assuming you're running the kernel you built.
My setup requires the following after each fresh boot. Someday I'll
#--- hopefully this is short enough for you ---#
/usr/sbin/loadndisdriver $vendor $device $sysfile $inffile
iwconfig $iface mode $mode channel $channel essid $essid
ifconfig $iface $ip netmask $netmask up
#--- the INSTALL in a nutshell ---#
Items above prefixed with $ represent the variables as it might appear in
a bash script. Your paths may vary depending on where you placed/compiled
everything. Basically follow the INSTALL file as was so diligently pasted
in the previous post. You might need to put your wireless devices on a
separate subnet to get them to function right. i.e. 192.168.2.2