That's good to know, I won't install that d-link rubbish next time then ;)
The D-Link driver is actually unloaded by kismac if it's there before scanning begins.
Heh, faulty USB cable. Had that same problem with a printer.
On 12/05/2006, at 1:19 AM, Farmer Booty wrote:
Thanks for the help all, it turns out my issues were due to a fault usb extension cable. Thanks for your help. And yes, themacuser is absolutely correct - Kismac works perfectly with the dwl-122 on an intel mac WITHOUT the d-link driver.