On 12/1/05, Patrick <fedora(a)puzzled.xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On Thu, 2005-12-01 at 11:50 +0100, Roger Grosswiler wrote:
> > ok, got it now working. it is really a pig, like already said. ifconfig
> > -a told me later, that there exist a device called wlan0 -
> > system-config-network didn't.
> > so, as a first step, i called it manually with ifconfig wlan0 inet
> > [ipadress] netmask [netmask] up -> this worked fine.
> > afterwards, it was also known in system-config-network, so i could do
> > the rest there.
> I think I read somewhere that FC4's network scripts have a bit of
> trouble handling wlan0. However, you can tell ndiswrapper to use a
> different device name. So it is possible to let ndiswrapper call the new
> device eth1 instead of wlan0. To make this happen stick this line
> in /etc/modprobe.conf:
> options ndiswrapper if_name=eth1
No, no problem with the name wlan0 here. I can't remember how I got
system-config-network to notice it -- possibly I manually modprobed
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i manually modprobed several times - perhaps the ndiswrapper -m was not
a good choice....but now, it is working flawlessy