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  1. #11

    Right, i've just installed the wlanUZG.inf using

    ndiswrapper -i /cdrom/Bin/Install/USB/Driver/Ndis5x/WlanUZG.inf
    then:

    ndiswrapper -l
    giving
    wlanuzg: Driver installed
    device (0803:4410) present
    Then i did:
    ndiswrapper -m (followed by >) ndiswrapper -ma (followed by >) ndiswrapper -mi
    Then I did:

    modprobe ndiswrapper
    slight pause.. then didnt get any readouts or anything, is this normal?

    Then I did
    depmod -a
    slight pause again... then no readout or messages again.

    Then I did:

    iwconfig
    giving
    lo no wireless extensions.
    eth0 no wireless extensions.
    same as before. What am I doing wrong?

  2. #12
    Did you try rebooting to see if the wireless appeared?

    Some Linux distros need to have a network card configured, before it will work. I don't know anything about Arch, so reed9 is going to have to help with that.
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  3. #13
    Aaaah! reboot sorted it out. So the procedure (for anyone who comes across this post with the same problem) is how it was outlined in my last post, including the ndiswrapper -m, ndiswrapper -ma, ndiswrapper -mi, modprobe ndiswrapper and depmod -a, then adding ndiswrapper to the modules line in /etc/rc.conf, followed by a reboot, then iwconfig and wlan0 appears.

    Final question, can someone explain what the modprobe does and what the depmod -a command does? (don't learn if you don't ask questions).

    Thanks so much everyone who contributed to this post, going to see if I can get the wiki edited so there is a clear and concise section that says "HOW TO INSTALL YOUR WINDOWS DRIVER USING NDISWRAPPER" in big bold letters :P.

    Thanks again everyone, really helpful,
    Scott.

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  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottWilson1990 View Post
    Final question, can someone explain what the modprobe does and what the depmod -a command does? (don't learn if you don't ask questions).
    I don't mean to be rude, but RTFM.
    Actually, read the man pages:
    Code:
    man depmod
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  6. #15
    Lol thanks waterhead, sometimes us noobs just have to be told I guess :P. I do tend to read most of the documentation before consulting the forum as a last resort though.

    Thanks again,
    Scott.

  7. #16
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