adding "alias wlan0 ndiswrapper" to /etc/modprobe.conf
Friday 21 December 2007, Aaron Griffin wrote:
| On Dec 21, 2007 10:37 AM, Damir Perisa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| > i'm not using ndiswrapper myself, just had to try it once. i'm
| > not sure enough if this should not be like this to file a bug.
| > rather i wanted to hear from other devs who do use it if this is
| > normal (wanted) behaviour. i think it isn't.
| I use it, and it's normal. It's actually done by
| /usr/bin/ndiswrapper. It adds the alias directive there once. If
| you modify it, or do nothing, the exact same command will return
| with a "already contains alias directive" line, or something of
| the sort.
| So change it to wlan1 and then reinstall, it should not be
ah ok! so its not a bug but desired behaviour. good to know. thanx
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