[PlanetCCRMA] CCRMA kernel-rt + ndiswrapper = :-(
dford at ansur.demon.co.uk
Thu Feb 5 07:15:04 PST 2009
Hi - I had a lot of problems getting my ndiswrapper to work (fc8) and it
turned out to be network-manager changing my config files. Particularly
: /etc/sysconfig/networking/profiles/athome1/keys-wlan0 : where it kept
changing the hex key into text. I turned it off (service network-manager
stop) and removed the icon to prevent clicking it by accident and then
it was easier to get the network card working. But I do have a Netgear
card that I was never able to make work.
lobzang at free.fr wrote:
> I remember I had to disable network-manager because it was putting down my
> connection , don't know if this can help you.
> Anyway did you have a look at /var/log/messages ?
> Quoting Timo Sivula <timo.sivula at gmail.com>:
>>> From: Jeff Sandys <sandysj at juno.com>
>>> Isn't the ndiswrapper a proprietary module not available from the fedora
>>> If so you probably need to rebuild the rpm with the rt-kernel-headers.
>>> It is not that hard, follow the instructions from this fedora forums post:
>> Hi, yes I compiled my own binary for the kernel-rt and installed it,
>> otherwise the module would not load at all. Unfortunately this does not
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