On 29/10/11 23:04, Ned Slider wrote: > On 29/10/11 18:41, Ron Loftin wrote: >> >> This may not be the best place to ask, but Google hasn't given me any >> useful information. >> >> I have an "older" laptop that is using the Intel 2200 wireless >> interface. I installed CentOS 5 on it some time ago and everything is >> fine. When I was reviewing my kickstart setups I found that the ipw2200 >> firmware package is no longer available in RPMForge. The CentOS site's >> how-to page for this interface still refers to RPMForge, so that now >> seems out of date. >> >> What happened to the Intel firmware packages on RPMForge and where else >> should I be looking for them ? I tried ELRepo and didn't see them >> there. >> > > They are not currently in elrepo because no one has ever requested them, > they were in rpmforge, and they are now old/legacy and unmaintained. I > didn't realise they were no longer available from rpmforge. > > File an RFE and I'll get them added for you. > >> Suggestions and pointers are welcome, and thanks in advance. >> > I'm not sure why they're not showing up on rpmforge as the package is still showing in their git tree: https://github.com/repoforge/rpms/tree/master/specs/ipw2200-firmware Maybe you should ask / file an issue with repoforge.