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Changes between Version 66 and Version 67 of UserDocs/GettingMadwifi

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mrenzmann (IP: 0.0.0.0)
Timestamp:
12/08/06 15:00:01 (13 years ago)
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Restructured section about RPM-based distros; updated instructions for SuSE in response to repository layout changes.

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    33= Getting MadWifi =  
    4848== Downloading .rpms == 
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    50 For Fedora Core and RHEL see also [wiki:UserDocs/Distro/RedHat] 
     50=== Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora Core === 
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    5252 * madwifi-ng: [http://ATrpms.net/ ATrpms] has [http://ATrpms.net/name/madwifi/ madwifi-ng rpm support for Fedora Core, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Linux]. 
    5656 * Fedora users: The tarball has a madwifi.spec embedded. If you do rpmbuild --ta <tar ball> you will get your packages. ( In the case you have http://snapshots.madwifi.org/madwifi-ng-current.tar.gz, you need first to rename it in the format madwifi-ng-rxxx-date.tar.gz ; an easy way is to do a tar tvf of the current tar ball and get the real archive filename). 
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     58For Fedora Core and RHEL see also [wiki:UserDocs/Distro/RedHat]. 
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     60=== SuSE 10.x === 
     61Ready-made packages are available in our vendor repository. To add the repository as installation source in YaST, run the '''Installation Source''' module from YaST's '''Software''' menu, and add '''madwifi.org''' as '''HTTP''' source. Afterwards you can use the '''Software Management''' module to install (or update) MadWifi on your system. 
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     63Repository URLs are: 
     64 * SuSE 10.1: http://madwifi.org/suse/10.1 
     65 * SuSE 10.2: http://madwifi.org/suse/10.2 
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     67=== Other === 
    5868 * [http://dag.wieers.com/packages/kernel-module-madwifi/?M=D Rpms for 2.4 kernels from DAG] 
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    6070 * The users of PLD Linux Distribution can build the RPM from spec located in [http://cvs.pld-linux.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/SPECS/madwifi-ng.spec PLD's CVS], or use prebuilt package from poldek's repository. 
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    62  * SUSE users: For SUSE Linux 10.1 packages are available at [http://madwifi.org/suse]. That location can be used as installation source in YaST. To add this source, run the '''Installation Source''' module from YaST's '''Software''' menu, and add '''madwifi.org''' as '''HTTP''' source. Afterwards you can use the '''Software Management''' module to install (or update) madwifi on your system. 
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    6472== Other Download Methods == 
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