[driverloader] Moving driverloader from one machine to another

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Tue Sep 14 13:59:57 EDT 2004


it seems that you have installed a pre-compiled RPM of the DriverLoader 
package. To remove this package, you must enter this command in a root 
shell :

rpm -e driverloader

Please note that the following directories will remain installed even if 
you remove the DriverLoader package :


The '/etc/driverloader' directory contains the configuration files of 
DriverLoader and the license(s) among other things. The 
'/var/lib/driverloader' directory holds all the installed Windows XP 

If you want to remove these directories as well, you can use the 
follwing commands in a root shell :

rm -fr /etc/driverloader
rm -fr /var/lib/driverloader

On the other machine, please download and install the right DriverLoader 
that you can download from the DriverLoader download page at :


You can use the same license on the new machine without any problems.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Colin Brough wrote:
> Hi
> I have a PCI wireless card in my PC, with driverloader.
> I'm planning on moving the physical card and the driverloader license
> to another machine. What steps do I need to go through? (including
> removing all vestiges of driverloader from the original machine).
> The current machine is a Mandrake box:
> 	driverloader-1.63_k2.4.19_16mdk-1mdk
> Cheers
> Colin
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Colin Brough                             Colin.Brough at blueyonder.co.uk
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