WPA works with ndiswrapper according to this howto: Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. To do this when Ubuntu starts, open the restricted drivers management and enable bcm43xx. You will need to blacklist ssb and b43, but the wl installation should take care of that. Just seconds after I installed the program the Linksys adapter sprung to life.
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Just seconds after I installed the program the Linksys adapter sprung to life.
This might have worked, if I wasn’t such a Linux “noob” that I couldn’t find the options in question yes, I’d appreciate someone instructing me how to do so, and thank you in advance. Toshiba laptop with built-in Atheros AR ath5k driver but it is disabled.
Wireless is fine in all the OS’s except for opensuse. Page History Login to edit. Installing Linksys wpcn card help You could try this link: Requires latest Ralink RT source drivers, modification instructions can be found here. Tested on Ubuntu 7. July 8th, 1. No Is not detected by Jaunty. Results 1 to 3 of 3.
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Fedora and Ubuntu use Broadcom wl. Following downloads and install, you should be up and running note: Get recognized in the setup process, but unable to use it. And of course, my undying fealty goes out to kingargyle1 for the help: One may use ndiswrapper with the Wpc300j driver from linksys but not the version for Vista.
Then just reboot and run “gksudo network-admin” in console and configure eth0.
Linux users answer the call: Ubuntu wireless-adapter glitch resolved
Needed to modify the Ralink driver or simply use the modified-for-you version available at this linksye I popped in the network password, opened Apc300n, and had my Gmail inbox open in no time. Installing Linksys wpcn card help I also need to install this card on my Dell.
Yes Tested on Dapper Beta 2. I’ll spend the next few days using it as my lone computer or nearly soand report on my Ubuntu experience next Friday.
Ran apt-get update and card was found. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Originally Posted by lwfinger.
All times are GMT Yes Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. Using ndiswrapper, could not load. This is the best link I found so far. The solution that worked for me was posted by kingargyle1, who recommended that I download WiFi Radar. Built in wpc300n works flawlessly with the 2.
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