Niels de Vos wrote: > Fabian Arrotin wrote: >> Karanbir Singh wrote: >>> Fabian Arrotin wrote: >>> Also, is this atl2 ko based on the one that I had built sometime back >>> or is this from the 2.x version ? if so, is it stable enough to rebase >>> onto in the 2.6.18 code ? >> It's still the v1 of the driver, so basically the same that you used .. >> except that i rebuilt it from >> http://repo.redhat-club.org/redhat/5/SRPMS/atl2-kmod-126.96.36.199-el5.rhc.1.src.rpm >> ... >> We tried with Manuel Wolfshant to have the v2 driver built on 2.6.18 but >> it didn't work (Manuel took contact with the devel guy but i think he >> had still no answer ) > > As discussed yesterday on #centos-devel, I've created a patch  for > madwifi (based on a version from fedora 8 ). > > A src.rpm is available on my site . Feel free to use the patch and/or > src.rpm to provide support for an eeePC :) > > Cheers, > Niels > >  http://www.nixpanic.net/software/patches/madwifi-ng-r2756_rhel52.patch?attredirects=0 >  http://tchung.fedorapeople.org/madwifi/ar2425/188.8.131.52-34.fc8/ >  http://www.nixpanic.net/software/packages/madwifi-0.2756.20071018-6.src.rpm?attredirects=0 > > Thanks Niels I've rebuilt your madwifi patched SRPM and it works ok on the Eee PC .. i still don't know what will be the official CentOS way regarding that .. but because madwifi contains 'non-free' stuff, it should be better if that rpm would be available from a third-party repo, and not from centos extras for example ... What others think about that ? I'll wait for an official answer before updating the wiki page and point to the madwifi rpms (madwifi and madwifi module) -- - Fabian Arrotin <fabian.arrotin at arrfab.net> "Internet network currently down, TCP/IP packets delivered now by UPS/Fedex ..."