I followed exactly the procedure to install ipw 1 I upgraded my Kernel to 2. I noticed that the formatting of my previous post was changed by me using the cite formatting tag. I connect at home using a Belkin Wireless G router. Once done, I modified the sources. Does anybody still have the patch for the 2.
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BSD Makefile unload root ubuntu-laptop: I have used the link given by Larry December 10 ohw it seems there is now no problem. Does anybody still have the patch for the 2. Hopefully, you can compare the steps from the following steps to the ones you tried. So cheers to all debian fanatics, fans!!!!!
I know that it works with Ubuntu and Ubuntu is based on Debian. I received this error as well the first time I tried running make on Ubuntu 8.
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Nevermind my pleas, I have finally figured it all out, I reinstalled the kernel itself and everything including pdanet is up and working………glory be thy name, thank you all for putting up with my questions, as well as answering them.
SP, do you have a simpler way than what I have done above? I noticed that the formatting of my previous post was changed by me using the cite formatting tag.
Thanks in advance Debian!
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It seemed to work fine on Heron but I had stability issues on Ibex. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged t try out things on your own.
That should get you going. It would be quicker to upgrade to Building modules, stage 2. Last edited by eigernorth; at Intel Corporation physical id: Well thats where I am right now…. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You can go to the forum link here.
It will only work using my home Windows configured router. I love it so much that, I have it in my laptop and my office desktop.
It could also now that the ipw driver is conflicting somehow with the ieee subsystem. Firmware-packages are in the Debian non-free repository. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I suspect this is due slamming the iphone CPU?
I want to run Debian, but I also need wireless to work and the method of building it from source and compiling it into the kernel is just way too convoluted for me to get working. Having a problem logging in?
Thanks Larry, gonna check it out now, will let you know if I get it to work. My scribble — Technical bits A rough page where I not so often post my office life! A similar if not the same error was mentioned earlier in the comments by SlowPoison here. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Find More Posts by eigernorth. If you experience build errors, try Makefile: