[SATLUG] wireless problem using linux driver
good_bye300 at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 28 20:31:05 CST 2007
Are those linux drivers? I've already read about using ndiswrapper, but it would be to use native linux drivers. Thank you for your time.
herb cee <hc at lookcee.com> wrote: Chris Lemire wrote:
> This is where I downloaded the driver from.
> John Pappas wrote: We need additional info. What modules are already loaded? What is eth1? Do
> you have any modprobe or udev rules handling that device?
Chris, I am to new to offer any reliable help but if this is a new NIC
pci card and if the chip is marked 8139d then you could be dealing with
a fake chip that does not work with the Reltek driver. I never solved
the problem since the replacement Intel NIC card arrived and worked out
of the box. Look to see if that is the -d chip and if so I have
forgotten the location where I DLed these drivers but here are the names
Here are the drivers that are reported to work:
lol good luck
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