Here are my specs: Commonly called “development tools” as a group at the time of installation, they are on your install CDs and can be added with the FC package manager. I tried cabextract without success. You may have to look through several pages of searched posts but it is there unless a really odd distro but looking just for ndiswrappper will work. Rental car lied [ Automotive ] by Jan Janowski. Run this as root:
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Thanks for the help, though! To compile code from source, that is, to make a binary ready to run on your machine from the tarball – ndiswrapper. I ran into trouble.
Here are my specs: The one that comes with the dondle will work, but DLink has the most recent one on the webpage. I would say many post on it here and check out ndiswrapper website. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy I tried cabextract without success.
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It worked with a few hitches You’ll need the WindowsXP driver. From the looks it mentions using ndiswrapper. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. But then, I’m an amateur and I don’t really know what I’m doing.
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When I do the “make”, I get an error, “bash: They MUST match the installed kernel. Bill Premium Member join: I used this tutorial to get my onboard wireless working on Fedora Core 3. Find More Posts by cisasteelersfan. What do I need to do?
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Some distros don’t include those. AmeritecTech Premium Member Feb DLink packages the drivers using shield.
Sounds as though you have no compiler. AmeritecTech this means that you do not have the gnu C compiler. Stay away from network-drivers.
Commonly called “development tools” as a group at the time of installation, they are on your install CDs and can be added with the FC package manager. AmeritecTech Change we can believe in, Premium Member join: Probably several post related to that. Bill Premium Member Feb I had about 2 days of unix experience before using this tutorial. They include a compiler GCCmake tools and other things needed for the sausage-making.
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