If this has been covered sufficiently elsewhere then please just point me to the best explanation, but nothing I have read yet seems conclusive.
I have Kalyway 10.5.1 successfully installed for the first time today about an hour ago. Unfortunately no wireless yet. the P5K runs the Realtek RTL8187 chipset.
I tried using the drivers that came on the Kalyway disc to no avail. I have downloaded the drivers from the Realtek website, the 10.4 universal ones. Any other ideas? gonna burn them to a CD and reboot and try now. All help appreciated!
having gone further now. I have managed to install the realtek drivers from the website, however they are dreadful. The best I can manage at the moment is that when Mac OS X first boots the Realtek Client comes up (and I can't type into it) and sees the wireless networks available. I have to the kill the instance of the client running as I cannot type in it; I restart the client and try to connect to one of the networks (I run two wireless routers, both recognised).
It will connect, but only for a couple of seconds. After that even if I scan for networks again none will be recognised and the only solution that works is restarting the Mac.
Without wireless my hackintosh is useless to me, so it's pretty annoying! Anyone had a success story with the Asus P5K wireless?