i've a belkin wireless g card running in a newly configured amd64 motherboard. i'm running core 6 as the o/s and am attempting to follow the install directions for madwifi. i use the ATrpms at http://atrpms.net/dist/fc6/madwifi/
but i seem to be in a bit of circular logic. there are two rpms:
madwifi-kmdl-2.6.19-1.2895.fc6-0.9.3-33_r2088.fc6.at.x86_64.rpm and madwifi-hal-kmdl-2.6.19-1.2895.fc6-0.9.3-33_r2088.fc6.at.x86_64.rpm.
there are several pairs and i'm not sure of all the nomeclature diffs. i realize i need the 86_x64 as the amd processor is 64 bit but beyond that its random digits for all i know. anyway, after saving the rpms to the desktop i then double click to open and install. the installation proceeds but then fails on a dependency, which appears to be the other module. load the other module and it fails on a dependency of the other module. obviously i've missed something but i'm not sure what at this point. the box is current with other patches, over 220 were applied after installing the core 6 os.
any hints or thougths appreciated. i've been through various faqs, how to's, etc. but no joy thus far.
thanks in advance.