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Oh happy day! :P :) :D :D :D (x100)

I was starting to lose hope. It took 3 tries and 150 points but I finally got the archive! FWIW there are 16 files in the 'shared' directory and they are essential.

Thank you, turly, for turning me on to baidu. If you had your google translate on stun then I had mine on photon torpedo mode! I wrote a greasemonkey script for Firefox that changed all the baidu links to go directly through google translate. It was worth it. And in the end, I was able to help out a few folks in China along the way with some of their computer questions (how do you think I got all the points to spend?). A big Thank You also goes out to the person who actually sent me the archive, although he's not on this forum.

Thank you to everyone who responded in the thread. I will attempt a port of the driver to OSX after I get it working on Linux. It may be several months before I get around to it, and when I do I will post about it in the Hardware and Drivers forum. Thank you all! 非常感谢!

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Nice to know that you finally got it. Good luck.

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That's great news BP! Good luck with the driver and I may be in touch about those GM scripts :)

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why not post the archive here as well? :)

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I do have some experience with OSX and wireless drivers, if you post the archive I can take a look and possibly help you figure it out.

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Thanks for the offer, BuildSmart, but I'm starting to have my doubts on whether or not it's worth it. The IPN2220 is an obsolete chip and the manufacturer, Inprocomm, went out of business a few years ago. Needless to say, Edimax - the primary user of the chip - quickly moved on to Realtek and RaLink chipsets. Nobody sells routers anymore with the IPN2220.

I was wrong when I said these chips were readily available and cheap. Ever since I got the code I've scoured ebay every day, both their US and international sites, for old routers and PCI cards that have this chip on it so I would have a few backups in case I fry the ones I have. There are almost none available anywhere.

I don't think there are too many people who will ever need an OSX driver for this chip. I don't think there are too many people who will need ANY driver for this chip anymore.

Thanks anyway, I appreciate the offer of help. I think the BCM4306 and 4318 are going to be my replacement chips of choice in the near future.

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Thanks for the offer, BuildSmart, but I'm starting to have my doubts on whether or not it's worth it. The IPN2220 is an obsolete chip and the manufacturer, Inprocomm, went out of business a few years ago. Needless to say, Edimax - the primary user of the chip - quickly moved on to Realtek and RaLink chipsets. Nobody sells routers anymore with the IPN2220.

I was wrong when I said these chips were readily available and cheap. Ever since I got the code I've scoured ebay every day, both their US and international sites, for old routers and PCI cards that have this chip on it so I would have a few backups in case I fry the ones I have. There are almost none available anywhere.

I don't think there are too many people who will ever need an OSX driver for this chip. I don't think there are too many people who will need ANY driver for this chip anymore.

Thanks anyway, I appreciate the offer of help. I think the BCM4306 and 4318 are going to be my replacement chips of choice in the near future.

The following might interest you.
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  • BCM4318 (a/b/g version) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x4318.
  • BCM4318 (b/g version) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x004e.
  • BCM4321 (a/b/g/n version 0x14e4, 0x4328) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x0087.
  • BCM4321 (a/b/g/n version 0x14e4, 0x4329) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x0087.
  • BCM4321 (b/g/n version ID 0x14e4, 0x4328) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x4328.
  • BCM4321 (b/g/n version 0x14e4, 0x4329) rebrand subsys ID's to 0x106b, 0x4329.


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hello. i have this mediaplayer that dont like to connnect to mac .i understand that
you have a account at pudn .com .which is itself is a great effort by you.
reason is, i want take look at the sourcecode to wright a applet that better connects to mac.
and there are 2 sdk that i believe i could take a aim at .
http://www.pudn.com/...tail417419.html
http://www.pudn.com/...tail419628.html
if you could uppload that to http://rapidshare.com/


thank you in advance

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Hello

I would like to know if someone could share this file with me. I'm the developer of the AMiLDA Linux distribution, which uses the IPN2220 chipset on some router models it supports. Right now i'm unable to support that chipset because i don't have a driver.

Thanks in advance,

Sergio Aguayo

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hello. i have this mediaplayer that dont like to connnect to mac .i understand that
you have a account at pudn .com .which is itself is a great effort by you.
reason is, i want take look at the sourcecode to wright a applet that better connects to mac.
and there are 2 sdk that i believe i could take a aim at .
http://www.pudn.com/...tail417419.html
http://www.pudn.com/...tail419628.html
if you could uppload that to http://rapidshare.com/


thank you in advance


hi sir.. can you help me. I need username and password login in pudn.com. can I use your username? I promise I will use it just once. please... thank you sir.

well I guess I can help.the key part is this:
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it means that u have to upload 5 'good' source code in C or Java,and,after they r checked,u can start ur downloading.
or register as a VIP,seems impossible...


hi sir.. can you help me. I need username and password login in pudn.com. can I use your username?
I promise I will use it just once. please... or I need the file at pudn :
http://en.pudn.com/d...l821406_en.html
http://en.pudn.com/d...l808820_en.html
http://en.pudn.com/d...l821388_en.html
thank you.

hi sir.. can you help me. I need username and password login in pudn.com. can I use your username? I promise I will use it just once. please... thank you sir.



hi sir.. can you help me. I need username and password login in pudn.com. can I use your username?
I promise I will use it just once. please... or I need the file at pudn :
http://en.pudn.com/d...l821406_en.html
http://en.pudn.com/d...l808820_en.html
http://en.pudn.com/d...l821388_en.html
thank you.
will you send it to togi_manaloe@yahoo.com



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I'd like to share it with you if I've got one.But I don't have one account either.

go to http://en.pudn.com/ (the english version of that site),maybe you'll find some more help.The simplest way is to resgister a VIP account.Yet the charge is somewhat expensive...no idea...

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Thanks for the offer, BuildSmart, but I'm starting to have my doubts on whether or not it's worth it. The IPN2220 is an obsolete chip and the manufacturer, Inprocomm, went out of business a few years ago. Needless to say, Edimax - the primary user of the chip - quickly moved on to Realtek and RaLink chipsets. Nobody sells routers anymore with the IPN2220.


Would this code be applicable to WIFI cards as well?
I have an Acer Aspire with an acer IPN2220 wifi card and would love to have that work under OS X... and I can imagine there are more that try to get their Acers to work.

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Hi BigPimpin:
I am chinese, If you have some trouble with the language i may help if i can. my msn:yl_me@hotmail.com





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