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Old 05-26-2004, 05:37 PM   #1
jbbit
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PCMCI support fo Slackware 9.1 - Dlink W650+


D-Link products aren't supported with Linux drivers. I managed this problem with something called ndiswrapper which translates Win XP drivers for Linux drivers. Everything worked just fine howerver pcmci doesn't reconize my Dlink 650+ . In fact nothing is seen by PCMCI slot ( no cards at all ).The solution is some package support for PCMCI but i forgot it's name.
What is the name of the package???
Please help me!!!!
 
  


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