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Hello experts:

I wanted to know what is the difference between Kmod-Ndiswrapper and Kmod-Ndiswrapper-Kdump?

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its simple. kmod-ndiswrapper is rpm package created for kernels i686(the one that you are having on your system) and kmod-ndiswrapper-kdump rpm package is created for kdump kernel installed on your system.
So if you are using normal kernel then install kmod-ndiswrapper
if you have installed kdump kernel also then in order to get ndiswrapper working you need to install kmod-ndiswrapper-kdump package.
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