[PlanetCCRMA] CCRMA kernel-rt + ndiswrapper = :-(
timo.sivula at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 23:37:39 PST 2009
> From: lobzang <lobzang at free.fr>
> yep I did rebuild ndiswrapper on kernel-rt and it works .
> you need to take the good version of ndiswrapper on sourceforge (ie one
> the compiles with FC10)
> - get kernel-rt-devel
> - get ndiswrapper tgz
> - configure , make , make install
> - modrobe ndiswrapper
I downloaded version 1.54 of ndiswrapper, did make uninstall for the
previous version, make, make install and modprobe for the new. Starts
fine and lets me in to the net.
Seems like if I browse occasionally the connection stays up quite well,
but the moment I start Rhythmbox to stream audio from internet the
connection fails within seconds.
Are you able to stream audio from e.g. http://www.morow.com ?
> From: David Ford <dford at ansur.demon.co.uk>
> 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 concur ;-) NetworkManager seems to be a NetworkDamager when it comes
to wireless. Just installed Ubuntu onto my father in laws laptop, and
only way to make wireless work was to remove Network Manager. I do not
use it in any of my machines.
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