Installing Mandrake over Fedora Core
I installed fedora core x86_64 on my athlon 64 machine a while back and have been unable to get my wireless network working with it. I have an unbranded wifi card without linux drivers and none of the fixes suggested to me work as its a 64 bit machine. I've tried out Mandrake and as I don't use FC I thought I'd give it a try.
So two quick questions. As I already ahve FC installed what do I need to do to get Mandrake to install 'over' it. It seems to me as if Fedora Core has a custom boot loader (or is it just a customised version of a freely available one?), will Mandrake deal with this or should I purge my system of FC first? Secondly, does anyone have any experience of Mandrake with wi-fi. I know it says it has good support but so did FC and that didn't work. Will ti work off the bat or will I have to use something line ndis wrapper? Oh btw I've got the 32 bit version just in case.
Any help/advice anyone can give would be greately appreciated.