Re: Starting ndiswrapper at boot
Hmmm...if it locks, first thing is to make sure that you've blacklisted
Originally Posted by swerdna
the native competition. When you do
you should see a line like:
device (xxxx:xxxx) present (alternate driver: <native-driver-name>)
[if you've got the newer ndiswrapper package]
They added the 'alternate driver' info to help remind you to blacklist.
That said, in a few circumstances, it might be necessary to blacklist
MORE than just that single driver, so post that output from ndiswrapper -l.
Box1: MEPIS-8.5/sidux/openSUSE-11.3M6(broken-wifi/hiddenSSIDs)/XP(32-bit), nvidia 5200
Lap1: antiX-8.5(KDE4.4.3)/MEPIS-8.5/Vista, Intel 945GM, builtin-wifi->Broadcom-4311(drv=wl)