[driverloader] How many Free Trial copies can we have?

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Fri Jan 21 16:34:30 EST 2005


the license is bound to the MAC address of the wireless card, so if you 
want to try with another wireless card with DriverLoader, you will need 
another license. You can obtain a 30-day free trial license for each 
wireless card you own, to test them with DriverLoader before you obtain 
a permanent end-user license.

For the problem with the Linksys WPC11, did you managed to see your 
access point in the output of the 'iwlist scanning' command? Did you 
tried to connect to the other access point you were able to see just to 
make sure that DriverLoader is working fine?


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Terry Coles wrote:
> I've spent a while now trying to get a Linksys WPC11 to work on my wife's Dell 
> Laptop.  I haven't succeeded yet, but haven't quite given up :-)
> My daughter's Dell desktop has a Linksys WMP54G, which is a different chipset 
> (Broadcom).  It occurred to me that If I set this one up and succeeded, it 
> might give me some clues for setting up the Laptop.
> I'm assuming that  I can't use the existing 30-day trial license key on the 
> other machine, because it appears to be tied to the MAC address.  The 
> question is, can I get another one?  I'm asking because it's a major exercise 
> to move my daughter's machine close enough to a hub to get a non-wireless 
> connection to the internet.  I don't mind doing it, but I don't want to find 
> that I'm only allowed one key only after I've spent half the morning moving 
> kit.
> If I can, I'll give it a whirl tomorrow. 

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