On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 17:09:26 +0100
Gareth Eason <bigbro at skynet.ie> wrote:
|| Just wondering if anyone has managed to get a Belkin 54g Wireless PCMCIA
| card working under Ubuntu Linux using ndiswrapper (or any other means?)
| It works under RedHat with ndiswrapper, but the same setup doesn't
| appear to power the card up under Ubuntu. I've tried noacpi, acpi=off and
| pci=routeirq (individually and all together) but nothing seems to tell
| the card to turn on. The driver all looks like it's loaded correctly.
One gotcha which the docs warn about is the use of 4k stacks as opposed to
By and large if you try to use a kernel compiled with 4k stacks, it
doesn't do a whole lot.
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