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The driverloader-announce mailing list

This low-volume ANNOUNCEMENT mailing list is used by Linuxant to inform users about new DriverLoader releases. DO NOT SEND messages to this list! Use the "driverloader" list instead.

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The driverloader users mailing list

This mailing list is an open forum for DriverLoader users who have questions, problems, or of course those who want to help other users by sharing their experience and knowledge.

When to contact the driverloader mailing list?

  • If you need help installing DriverLoader on your Linux system
  • To report weird behavior or bugs involving DriverLoader under Linux
  • If you want to help in further DriverLoader development or suggest improvements
  • General discussion about DriverLoader for Linux

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User comment:

Dear Linuxant, I recently purchased a new Toshiba "Centrino" laptop, model M35-S359 and before I even installed Linux I had reconciled myself to purchasing a PCMCIA wireless LAN card and struggling endlessly getting working. Someone in a web forum recommended your software, so I thought I'd give it a try. Well, your wireless LAN driver for the Centrino works perfectly on my Toshiba laptop. I downloaded the trial version, saw how well it worked, and then immediately ordered a permanent key. A lot is made about Open Source, and it is important, but frankly, I've spent so many hours in the past trying to get Linux hardware and software working that paying $19.95 for your expertise is a genuine bargain. Thanks again,

David McCulloch (Tampa, Florida)

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