[driverloader] Config with every boot

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Tue Jan 11 12:28:00 EST 2005


using a trial license should not be the problem. Since you have a 
CardBus (32-bit PCMCIA) wireless adapter, it is quite possible that the 
problem is that the 'pcmcia' service is started after the 'network' 
service. Please change the starting order of your services with the 
following instructions, these instructions should work fine on Red Hat, 
Fedora Core, Mandrakelinux and SuSE :

Please take a look at both the '/etc/init.d/network' and the 
'/etc/init.d/pcmcia' files. In each file, you should see a line like this :

# chkconfig <run level number> <start prio number> <kill prio number>

Then, please edit the '/etc/init.d/pcmcia' file and change the <start 
prio number> to the <start prio number> found in the 
'/etc/init.d/network' file minus one. You will also have to change the 
<kill prio number> which can be calculated with this simple formula :

<kill prio number> = 100 - <start prio number>

After the modifications have been made to the '/etc/init.d/pcmcia' file, 
please run the following command in a root shell :

chkconfig pcmcia reset


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Lloyd Webb wrote:
>  Hi,
> Apologies if this has been covered, I couldn't find a good way of searching the 
> archives.
> Why do I have to configure driverloader with the correct driver, ie delete it 
> then reload it via every time my machine boots to make 
> my WPC54G card work?
> Is this because I am on a temporary license?
> Many regards,
> LW
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