[users] Monthly reminder
Manuel at e107xs.com
Tue Feb 2 10:02:06 CET 2010
It's been going on so long that I kind of assume that everyone on the list
knew the issues.
About 18 months ago I needed to get a wireless card working on C4, there
were no native drivers at the time so I needed to try ndiswrapper. Cue
dkms-ndiswrapper, the then current version didn't work so I spoke to Dag on
#centos who asked me to start rolling back version till I found one that did
and email him. I did this and emailed him the results. Which was that up to
1.38 worked later versions didn't. Ever since then I've been asking whats
It's been so long that I really can't remember what if any errors were
produced, If it is needed I can attempt to trace slightly more information
however from further conversations it seemed to be the case that
dkms-ndiswrapper wasn't going to be maintained, however it's current state I
feel is inapropriate.
From: users-bounces at lists.rpmforge.net
[mailto:users-bounces at lists.rpmforge.net] On Behalf Of Hugo van der Kooij
Sent: 02 February 2010 06:27
To: users at lists.rpmforge.net
Subject: Re: [users] Monthly reminder
On 01/02/10 23:43, Manuel Tuthill wrote:
> A: rpmforge know its broken and dont care.
> B: rpmforge dont know its broken so I should tell them.
> C: Im doing it wrong my Linux is bad perhaps I should go back to
> D: My hardware is broken.
Well. I can not recall having seen a detailed report on what might be
wrong. Assuming things and not telling is the best way to block a road.
No one is getting anywhere that way.
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>>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
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