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How can I get a Dlink DGE-530T card working in Fedora Core 3?

The Linux driver from the DLINK website generates numerous make errors. It appear to be for a 2.4 kernel. Fedora Core 3 includes sk98lin and dl2k but neither of these drivers seem to recognize the DGE-530T.

Any ideas?

Have you gotten this working?

Thanks.
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valsilva
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rindiCommented:
Try it with this Link?

http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/

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valsilvaAuthor Commented:
Doesn't work. Cool idea anyway.

Thanks.
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valsilvaAuthor Commented:
Any other ideas?
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rindiCommented:
Do you get any error messages?
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valsilvaAuthor Commented:

Yes, many. Although this concept is interesting I am not interested it taking it for a test drive. I'd like to get it working with NATIVE Linux drivers.

Thanks.
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rindiCommented:
Have you been to the dlink site and downloaded the linux drivers from there? If you unpack the tarball you will see a readme.txt which explains the installation procedure.
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rindiCommented:
thanks
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