Dear all, sorry for my bad english.
I have a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo D1845 laptop with this wireless card: Gemtek WL850FJx (Conexant)
Chipset: Intersil Corporation ISL3886 Prism Javelin/Prism Xbow (rev 01)
pciid: 1260:3886 (rev 01)
I know I can use ndiswrapper to mount a widows driver once I have load a livedistro like ubuntu or knoppix but the problem is that Backtrack is not able to load at all. It crash with a kernel panic message when it try to install the wireless card. The message is very long with stack value etc. (I try to make a photo of the display but it is quite impossible)
So my question is: is there a way to say at backtrack boot prompt to ignore the wireless installation?
Ah! I cannot remove the wireless because it is integrate in the mainboard.
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disable it in the bios....or try
boot: bt nohotplug disable almost all hardware autodetection in the case of hangups. Your hardware won't be detected at all, you'll have to use "pcimodules" command after logging into SLAX and you'll have to try to modprobe all needed modules from the list manually
Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD
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The other solution sounds terrible for a linux newbie like me, but if I must put my lazy hands under the cap .... I'll try. If you can give me some hints about pcimodules and modprobe use ....... thanks
I have tried to understand better the error message. Here it is:
Kernel bug at
invalid opcode : 0000 [#1]
Modules linked in: "......... a long list of modules"
CPU ........eax ...... all the register value .....
stack image ...........
kernel panic - notsyncing:fatal exception in interrupt
so, I'm not a c programmer and I'm a linux newbie but with the option bt debug, can I say to the system: "please don't load/compile the isl_388xx.c driver"?
Any idea are welcome ..... plz help me!