Commands: (note: all commands are minus the quotation marks)
common commands you will need to know for
-i drivername.inf" This command allows you to
a driver using an associated driver.inf (ex. bcmwl5.inf) file. To
be able to use
this command, you will need to be in the directory in which the driver
-l" This command allows you to view any drivers that
currently installed via ndiswrapper.
the configuration for mobprobe:
-e" drivername This allows you to remove an
driver. (where drivername is the name of your driver, ex. bcmwl5)
-m" This command allows you to write the
for any reason you need to start over with ndiswrapper (e.g. updated
kernel, etc.) you can remove the driver with "ndiswrapper -e driver"
(where driver is the name of your installed driver) and remove
ndiswrapper with a simple "make uninstall" command while in the
directory from which you installed ndiswrapper. For more
information on this procedure, click here.
To see a
list of ndiswrapper commands in the terminal:
list for ndiswrapper can be viewed by typing
"ndiswrapper" in the terminal. If you
with logging in as root, the process goes like this: open a
terminal, type "su", and enter your password. BE CAREFUL!
Being logged in as root is an important task and you can mess things up
in a major way if you are unsure of what you are doing!
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