Yeah. Although I did think the installer was sort-of cool. However, I
last saw it when I first got my powerbook, and everything wifi-
related (didnt have any wifi machines before) was...
Although, what NumE says is 100% true. We could just shove the installer into KisMac and make it run the first time you run kismac. Maybe even just make it open when you select a GTDriver card in prefs.
On 07/02/2006, at 9:12 PM, numE wrote:
isn't it possible to put the kext into the .app and let kismac check on
startup if the file is in /Extensions...
and if not.. move it there?! than the installer would be completely
Beat Zahnd schrieb:Erick van Rijk wrote:Why build an installer, an disk image that will likely do fine by itself. Since as far as I can tell is drag and drop.
As long as you use only some of the passive mode drivers drad'n'drop is ok. But if you use the GTDriver for PrismGT cards, you have to run an install script which pushes the GTDriver.kext to /System/Library/Extensions/ and installs the WiFiGUI.app
Are there a lot of people GTDriver?