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Hi! I'm trying to install Wi-Fi on Debian, and encountered the following problem: I can't find windows drivers, as said in the manual, cause I don't know what is Wiki ...
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    Wiki entry List


    Hi! I'm trying to install Wi-Fi on Debian, and encountered the following problem: I can't find windows drivers, as said in the manual, cause I don't know what is Wiki Entry List...

    Important: Do NOT use drivers on your CD. They may work, but you may experience kernel crashes etc., if the driver on your CD has not been tested.

    Instead, you need to download appropriate Windows XP driver for your card from the Wiki entry List.

    So what is this list and where can I find it?
    Thanks in advance!

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    If you're trying to use ndiswrapper (which it sounds to me as if you are), then you're after this list of known cards

    Hope this helps
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    Thanks! But I solved the problem by using the drivers on CD :P No kernel crashes for the time being...

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