i was able to download ndiswrapper in some form of working order last night, in addition to the latest updates and upgrades for Debian 2.6. after a reboot, though, i now have 3 kernels (2.6, 2.4-1 and 2.4-2, and their respective safe modes, so 6) and a kernel panic when i try to boot in 2.6. i touched no other files or settings; at the moment i'm booting from 2.4-2.
1) What could be the source of my kernel panic in 2.6, and how could i go about troubleshooting?
2) i was able to use wine to download the drivers for my preinstalled Broadcom card. i used the ndiswrapper -i [filename] command on what i assumed to be the necessary files (whose names escape me at the moment, something like bcmwl5.inf and bcmwlnpt.sys) but something's not picking them up. did i miss a step somewhere?
Last edited by kokoba; 01-13-2005 at 05:20 PM.