Boot without the wireless hoops...
I am trying out Vector Linux as it was recommended by various folks as fast,
lightweight, stable and easy...
Mostly I like it, blindingly fast and mostly easy to set up. But, I do have one
problem that I haven't been able to crack so far.
Every time I boot, I have to reconfigure my wireless network, installing the
driver for ndiswrapper and setting up the IP address, gateway etc. Once I have
done this it works fine and I can get at the internal network and the Internet.
In fact, I am typing this on my Vector Laptop using the wireless connection.
How do I get it to load the driver and configure the network automatically
when I boot so that I don't have to reinstall it every time?