I need to install a wireless drivers on Igel os 11.
Do you know how I can do it ?
Hi, on which Firmware and which kind of devices?
On the lastest frw I installed today.
The device is rock pi x card.
The manufacturer send me the drivers
Hi Andre, if you want to try and build by your own here is great how to regarding custom partition (CP):
That feature allows you (more or less) to integrate applications or drivers in our OS. Our OS is read only, so you can‘t install something like on a normal distro.
As an alternative, you could open a ticket at our support and ask for the creation but it will take a few days or weeks dependent from the actual project workload of our devs.
It would be great to do this.
Hope it can works.
I give it a try and if It’s a fail I can open a ticket
Hi I try to test but no success.
And I have the drivers file but it’s a .bin and manufactured say me to put it on /lib/firmware/brcm
Can i installed .bin with custome commands ?
In general yes, transfer it through files, and use it in Custom Commands.
Good news but when I don’t know what kind of commands must I use to install .bin.
I don’t found documentation
That one should help: kb.igel.com/igelos-11.04/en/zoom-as-a-custom-partition-32868919.html
I read this.
Very complicated just for a network drivers 🙁
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