On Tue, Oct 17, 2000 at 04:01:09PM +0200, Olaf wrote:
> this is most likely a newbie question: I've downloaded the airport.o
> 0.9.3 and I'm using the 2.2.17pre13-benX-Kernel. The module is located
> in lib/modules/2.2.17.../ so I can do insmod airport.o
> network_name=MyNet and everything works fine. Then I put airport.o
> network_name=MyNet in /etc/modules to have it inserted at boot time.
> /etc/network/interfaces got an appropriate entry. Upon boot I get
> messages complaining that airport.o couldn't be found. Still, inserting
> it by hand works fine. What am I doing wrong?
You should move airport.o to /lib/modules/kernel-name/net
and substitue kernel-name for your kernel name.
then in your /etc/modules.conf
add this line
alias eth0 airport
you may or may not need this line
options airport -f
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