[ltp] Getting ndiswrapper working.
Fri, 26 Dec 2003 07:58:19 -0600
I am having the same problem as Raphael (Unresolved symbols in =2E=2E=2E=
assume I was not compiling something right=2E Would dns really have any=
to do with it?
Did you get it to work?
Also unless I missed it I have not seen a responds to my question, has =
one got airsnort (or something else) to work with the ndiswrapper?
>dhclient eth1 (assuming eth1 is the wlan) again, this should reset the=
>dns servers=2E Or you could manually edit /etc/resolve=2Econf to put =
>correct dns servers in for the wlan=2E
On Thu, 2003-12-25 at 13:15, Raphael Zentner wrote:
> David Barroso wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > today I've tried the ndiswrapper (ndiswrapper=2Esf=2Enet) and at la=
st I can
> > use my t41 Centrino wireless card in linux (although using the XP
> > drivers :() Just to say that it works=2E
> It seems to work on my computer as well now (it works if you get this=
> email :) )=2E I have only one configuration problem=2E If I try to au=
> the process, then, following the instructions in the Readme-file, I g=
> an error message when typing
> poincare:/usr/ndiswrapper/utils # depmod -a
> depmod: *** Unresolved symbols in
> However, when I load this driver manually (using insmod), then it wor=
> Maybe I do a general mistake=2E
> Also, what does not work, is the following: If I boot with the usual
> Ethernet-Cable plugged in (usual LAN), configure the wlan until it se=
> to work, and plug out the Ethernet cable, then the addresses do not
> resolve, i=2Ee=2E I can=B4t use the wlan really=2E On the other hand,=
if I boot
> with the lan-cable plugged out and do the same procedure, then it wor=
> Do you have an idea how to solve this problem? Is there any possibili=
> to "restart" the whole network as during the boot-time?
> Bests and many thanks,