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You don't need to do anything with it. The compiler program will need it, and the kernel source that it comes with. Just run the commands that I listed in ...
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  1. #41
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    You don't need to do anything with it. The compiler program will need it, and the kernel source that it comes with.

    Just run the commands that I listed in my last post.
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    WE DID IT! YES YES YES! WE DID IT! I CAN NOW CONNECT TO WIRELESS NETWORK! YAHOO!!

    I installed kmod-ndiswrapper-2.6.30.5-43.fc11.i686.PAE-1.54-4.fc11.17.i686.rpm (someone from fedoraforum.org gave me the link), do the ndiswrapper -i, ndiswrapper -m and ifconfig wlan0 up.

    I really appreciate your help guys. I owe you a lot. I know thanks are not enough but really, I'm really thankful. Thank you for helping me out.

    Thank you so very much waterhead.

    Problem solved.

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    So RPM Fusion had it all along? I wonder why it didn't show when I first looked for it. I have now found it here:

    RepoView: RPM Fusion (Fedora - free) 11 (i386)

    You should be able to keep it current by just enabling the RPM Fusion repository. Anyway, glad to hear that it is finally working! it's been a long haul getting this thing working.
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