For wireless, you'll probably need to use ndiswrapper. The native drivers (realtek's or kernel's) look like they are kernel 2.6 only.My dvd shows as /dev/scd1 and is mounted by dsl-3.x as cdrom i.e. click on the mount tool "cdrom" to mount it. My cd drives (scsi) show as /dev/sr1 and /dev/sr2 and are mounted by dsl-3.x as cdrom1 and cdrom2
You might need to compile it: http://www.realtek.com.tw/Downloa....n=false (grab the compile-3.3.5.uci package from mydsl to build it)
Just a reminder that kernel modules should be compiled with the same version of gcc that the running kernel was compiled with (normally gcc 2.95 for dsl's shipped 2.4.31 kernel).Next Page...