[driverloader] EXE driver files

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Thu May 27 16:15:01 EDT 2004


you can use the Linux 'unzip' command on most .EXE files that contains a 
Windows driver to extract them. However, these is some exceptions to this 
rule, for example, the USR 2216 Windows NDIS driver.

We offer a list of common Windows driver and a link to them. We also provide 
these drivers in a Linux friendly format when permitted by the vendor. You 
can see this list at this page :


You could also take a look on the CD that came with the wireless card, it is 
possible that the driver is available in a format easier to deal with under 
Linux. If you have a Windows partition, you could copy the required files 
from your Windows partition.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

On Thursday 27 May 2004 12:43, Stuart Robinson wrote:
> Hi there,
> Just installed the driver loader and I am ready to upload the driver.
> However the USR-2216 driver comes as an executable, and the driver
> loader web front end is asking for .INF files.    I've tried to extract
> the wanted files from the exe file, but it is a setup-type exe, not a
> zip.
> Can anybody help me out.
> Thanks,
> Stuart.
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