Teraphy Posted December 12, 2007 Report Share Posted December 12, 2007 There is nothing like starting out the day all stressed out by tracking down a bug. Testing on the test server with just the main pages files worked fine until it went into the live environment with other directories. The old mod_rewrite worked just fine on the old server but broke down with the updated Apache on this server. I had to temporarily remove the actual /drivers directory that contains the BIOS, sound, WLAN files and will include them on the drivers page soon. However, in its place can be found the drivers page with a search option. Yes I am aware the feedback isn't quite there but I can easily add that later on. Essentially you can search by just device ID (DEV) with no subsys and the results returned will be drivers that contained a line with just that device and no subsys (ex. 0123 returns INFs containing a single reference: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0123 ). By adding in the subsys it will obviously return the results with device&subsys: PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0123&SUBSYS_01234567. Alternatively, you currently can search for just a SUBSYS as well but this will return just references to your laptop model and could also contain a non-matching device/card to your system. This search option is really implemented to reference the available OEM driver(s) matching your desired card/laptop. Enjoy! In reference to the enhancer page: I am updating the code as I can now utilize some PHP 5.2.5 functions that I had to recreate for 4.x. I had a day off and it was devoted to the driver page and the search feature. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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