Ok, this is good info!
I looked a bit into the Makefile, but read a little about apt-get and found that installing a new kernel was real easy. Then I found that my kernel-sources installation was 2.6.8-7 while my running kernel was 2.6.8-7. So I did apt-get install kernel#2.6.8-7. The apt-get system really impressed me at this point, because when it was done it told me to reboot, and 2 minutes later I was up and running with a new kernel!
Then I ran make and make install on the ipw2100 again, and the modprobe went without a hitch!
Now though it seems as though both my wlan card and internal nic is listed as eth0 when I do ifconfig and iwconfig, even though the network-script is named wlan0 for the wlan card and eth0 for the internal nic...
Why is this? I renamed the eth1 file to wlan0, and there's no reference to the wlancard in the eth0 file...
What version of Yoper are you using?
It's 2.1, and the Samsung is pretty new, but I've read it's got a fuc*** up dsdt table. Will look into this when I get my Wlan working!
Also what wifi card are you using?
It's the Intel Pro Wireless LAN 2100 adapter that is standard in the Centrino chipset, read somewhere that the driver should work flawless on this system.
Appreciate the help guys!
Oh, and one more thing, ifup is an unknown command on my system, how is this??