Re: 802.11g drivers
> So, do you know if there's a solution to this issue ? I could try to
> modify ndiswrapper sources to achieve my goal but I need to know if it's
> possible to run 32-bit assembly instruction in a 64-bit kernel module. Can
> you suggest me a link where I can get the documentation ?
To my knowledge, if part of the kernel is 64-bit, then all the rest of it
(drivers included) needs to be 64-bit. It seems to be you are out of luck
due to the driver being closed source :(