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Welcome to the GenMac Trac

The Generic MAC Wrapper driver (GenMac?) provides generic driver support for several network interface cards under OS/2 and eComStation. Moreover, GenMac? is enabled to support WPA encryption with the Wireless LAN Monitor 3.x or better.

Please note that there was a previous project called genmac, which implemented native OS/2 code for the support of serveral network interface cards. Although the Generic MAC Wrapper Driver is named similar and started off with the version number V1.00 for its initial version, this driver follows a completely different technical approach. It implements a virtual environment to enable the use Windows 32-bit drivers under OS/2 and eComStation.

Download

ComponentPackageVersionInfoDescription
GenMac Full InstallationWPI2.20 Size: 10.78 MB - MD5 checksum: fcccf3289621bde668d67127471fd6a7 This is the full installation package of GenMac?, containing all supported drivers. For Installation the WarpIN Installer is required. As an alternative, you can download the split installation package from the top of this page, being considerably smaller. However, you need the base driver package and the vendor specific packages, matching your network interface cards.
GenMac Split Installation - Base Driver PackageWPI2.20 Size: 395 KB - MD5 checksum: 4bfacea0a5d21e76a7d319d6192434fc This is the base driver package of the split installation package of GenMac?. For each of your GenMac? supported hardware a corresponding additional driver package is required as well. For Installation the WarpIN Installer is required. As an alternative, you can download the full installation package, requiring no extra packages. However, this package is considerably larger, as it contains drivers for all suppored network interface cards.
GenMac Split Installation - Additional Driver Pack 3comWPI2.20 Size: 177 KB - MD5 checksum: 07676ffa01e027e2ce8d32e06c05ba7c This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac Split Installation - Additional Driver Pack AtherosWPI2.20 Size: 1.16 MB - MD5 checksum: 8510c23a210b7874a8fd57e208b65169 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac Split Installation - Additional Driver Pack BroadcomWPI2.20 Size: 1014 KB - MD5 checksum: e35d9937510f03270d83d4831d036175 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac Split Installation - Additional Driver Pack DlinkWPI2.20 Size: 400 KB - MD5 checksum: c22d7e1596b7db5331e065238933b512 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac Split Installation - Additional Driver Pack IntelWPI2.20 Size: 5.65 MB - MD5 checksum: 0be6c0fda74c8569eca5ed612aaa908f This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac V2.20 Full InstallationWPI2.20 Size: 10.78 MB - MD5 checksum: fcccf3289621bde668d67127471fd6a7 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac V2.20 Full InstallationWPI2.20 Size: 10.78 MB - MD5 checksum: fcccf3289621bde668d67127471fd6a7 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.
GenMac V2.20 Full InstallationWPI2.20 Size: 10.78 MB - MD5 checksum: fcccf3289621bde668d67127471fd6a7 This is a vendor specific additional driver pack for the split installation. For installation the base driver package is required.

Mailing List

Support for the Generic MAC Wrapper Driver is provided netlabs.org via the mailinglist

genmac-user(at)netlabs.org

See http://wiki.netlabs.org/index.php/Mailinglists for exact instructions about how to join the mailinglist.

Credits

  • Willibald Meyer