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Old 03-05-2006, 08:23 PM   #1
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Question Driver options for Intel 2915abg Wireless besides ipw2200?

I'm runing a vmware winxp pro guest within my slackware 10.2 host.

When in linux, I've compiled in ipw2200 drivers which support my wireless. Works probs.

In vmware, I am unable to bridge my wireless into the OS. I can use the connection via NAT, but not via bridging. I have been told by vmware support that the ipw2200 drivers simply do not support bridging.

So, are there any other drivers out there for the 2915?



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