Thomas Ilnseher wrote:
Hmmm, I never went through HAL for wireless support. I downloaded and
compiled the WiFi drivers. But I don't have that chipset or 64-bit
hardware - the 64-bit hardware might be the source of the problem.
> the last resort was ndiswrapper, so i tried to d/l some generic xp64
Probably a victim of trying to run 32-bit software (ndiswrapper) under
64-bit Linux. Or is there a 64-bit version of ndiswrapper?
> and i can't use the original drivers from abit, cause they were smart
Perhaps orange would?
> and under wine explains me that it it found no drivers.
WINE is 32-bit, perhaps it's looking for 32-bit drivers, not 64-bit.
Sounds like 64-bit doesn't quite have as much driver support as it should.
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