[driverloader] .INF file

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Mon Jan 31 10:33:20 EST 2005


please try with this Windows XP driver to see if there is a difference :


Under Linux, you can use the 'unzip' command on the .EXE file to extract 
the Windows driver. The required .INF file will be named 
'AR/bcmwl5a.inf' inside the .EXE file.


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Michael Mariani wrote:
> Good day (or evening)!
> I am trying to install the Linuxart DriveLoader, but not having success.
> I was hoping someone in this list can help.  I downloaded the software
> and followed the instructions.  Everything went fine up until step #5,
> configuration.  It says "no devices found" and "Please upload you
> Windows drivers" . It then asks me for the .INF file and when provided,
> it tells me that the files is not a valid .INF/NTF file.
> I downloaded the Windows drivers from Dell as a zipped .EXE file onto my
> Windows 2000 desktop.  I unloaded the file and used sftp to transfer the
> files to my laptop.  Anybody have any ideas why it does not recognize
> the .INF file provided?  Here are my particulars:  Dell Inspiron 1150
> with a Broadcom 1350 internal wireless adapter.  Dual boot, Windows XP
> and RedHat Linux Enterprise WS.  Downloaded files from Dell that were
> copied onto my laptop (into my home dir):  DELLOMCI.INF, DELLSYS.DLL,
> OMCI.VXD, OMCINT4.SYS, OMCIWDM.SYS.  The wireless adapter works fine
> under XP.
> Thank you!
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