Please follow proper reddiquette. In the past there have been one or two PCI cards known to work in PowerMacs which are the same chipset as Apple used for their internal wireless cards branded “Airport” and which were mistakenly recognised as Airport cards by the OS X with only a minor hack editing a text file. Man writes entire operating system from scratch, by himself, in assembly. Cannot assign requested address eth1 is my wireless card dave laxtop2: But, when he takes his socks off and starts rubbing lotion on his feet and picking his nose and eating it, you start to realize there’s something really really wrong with him. Unfortunately lack of WPA support means it’s only useful for toy projects or coffee shops , because there’s no way I’m running unsecure wireless at home.

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In my opinion Apple already tacitly supports this, by making the headers available, without which it would’ve been impossible to even get oos thing to compile. You will need to replace the card with a supported one. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

Intel Wireless Driver for Snow Leopard [Hackintosh]

Holy crap that is a lot of bloat. I messed around with various Hackintosh builds for a bit, and I always came up short in the Wireless area due to my having an Intel-based card. I bought a couple of wireless USB sticks to bypass the unresponsive bg of my Dell. It could use some updating. Anyone know how to get this baby working?


So for now i have to say: Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. I think the Free Software movement needs some ideologues, but they shouldn’t be slaves to them.

Mac OS X Drivers for Intel 3945abg wireless chipset

Looks like I’ll be trying it again now that he has the driver working for it. Ls to add to the discussion? Not possible, Intel cards do not and probably will never work under OS X. Wow those things sucked.

To be fair, it’s at least as useless as DOS 4. It reads like Lisp.

3945bg Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. All commercial manufacturers make OS X drivers which appear as wired ethernet driver to the OS, and provide their own wireless configuration GUI which in my experience with Ralink, seldom works. Watching a guy giving a talk without shoes is one thing. Info Do you have a question? I ended up buying a Mac, but it’d be great if they could get it off the ground. It seems like that must have been either a long time ago or a very new RaLink card.


Apple has not documented this beyond making mad header files available. How do I tell if it’s half or full?

It’s like saying you might as well use rot13, because anyone capable of breaking it would be able to break DES too. Depending on your setup, you could have an unsecured wifi with MAC-address filtering, then tunnel to a secure, cabled server and do your stuff over the tunnel. What does whitelist mean? Oh, and I had to write my own assembler for the computer as well.

But, when itel takes his socks off and starts rubbing lotion on his feet and picking his nose and eating it, you start to realize there’s something really really wrong with him. Money is overrated anyway.

IntelĀ® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

This driver used to work on my a few years ago: T uses half sized cards or open up your Laptop. Sign up for a new account in our community. Third party wireless devices for OS X currently disguise themselves as only ethernet, converting the Posted February 28,