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I need ndiswrapper in order to use my belkin 7050 wireless adapter. (if there is already a linux driver feel free to tell me) but when i unpacked the .tar.gz i downloaded form their site into my root folder, i ran 'make distclean' without hassel but when i did 'make' it said that
Can't find kernel build files in /lib/modules/2.6.15-1.2054_FC5smp/build;
give the path to kernel build directory with
KBUILD=<path> argument to make
when i checked /lib/modules/2.6.15-1.2054_FC5smp/build everything was fine, do i need to reinstall the source, how do i get it to work. This is all on a fedora core 5, no apt-get or package, just yum.
I found another post here in linux q's that is exactly like min but the kid found a native driver.
I have the same problem, so first download this package:
rpm -ivh http,//rpm,livna,org/livna-release-5,rpm
after that download the ndiswrapper with:
yum install ndiswrapper.i386
if you have another kernel, the kernel 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5smp install automatically when ypu reboot the PC, inthe grub select the kernel 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5smp and its all
you have ndiswrapper install!!!
follow the instruccions to install the driver in the page ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/
mmm I have an execute with this instruccions, probably you can use :
depmod -a ; modprobe ndiswrapper ; iwconfig wlan0 essid Sistemas ; iwconfig wlan0 key 123456789 ; ifconfig wlan0 192.168.15.17 ; ifconfig wlan0 up ; /sbin/route add default gw 192.168.15.6 ; service network restart
and modify /etc/resolv.conf with your server dns: