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I just installed opensuse 10.3 x64 from dvd and am having trouble finding drivers for my wireless nic, windows tells me it's a 802.11 wireless client, it's a pci card, i can't find a brand on the box, card or nething, the only info i got is the ebay auction said Range MAX which apears to be made by netgear but the card doesnt say that anywhere, any seggestions?
it's a Netgear WG311 v3 (Marvell 88w8335), i'm pretty sure of that now, but still can't get it working, and i've got people bitching about the 50' cable laying on the floor i've been googling and came up with NDISwrapper, but can't get that to work ether.
Distribution: Distribution: RHEL 5 with Pieces of this and that.
Kernel 18.104.22.168, KDE 3.5.8 and KDE 4.0 beta, Plu
I believe that one requires ndiswrapper. Now is the windows INF driver you have, is it 64bit or 32bit. Since you installed 64bit OS and you installed 64bit ndiswrapper then you need to make sure the inf driver is 64bit.