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Hello all! I downloaded, make install'ed, the ndiswrapper for linux. I then performed the ndiswrapper -i AIRPLUS.ini and installed the drivers for linux. I then created the config files. Tested ...
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    ndiswrapper


    Hello all! I downloaded, make install'ed, the ndiswrapper for linux.

    I then performed the ndiswrapper -i AIRPLUS.ini and installed the drivers for linux. I then created the config files. Tested the isntall and it said the drivers and hardware were available for use.... BUT i then tried to load the modules for it

    modprobe ndiswrapper... NO GO. It gave me a module format error. I was suppose to create a symbolic link to my kernel, just upgraded, and did not verify if that link existed, that may be the problem but I was wondering if anyone had run into this before?

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    well try doing the kernel symlink?

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    CLOSE! but no cigar, it still gives me the invalid kernel module error. I will have to do some more digging to get this fixed.

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