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Once done, you can carry out Justin’s steps here as indicated. At the time of the writing, the Airgonet drivers did work, but I have found, like you, that they no longer do but the Belkin drivers work. Put the card back in, right-click on network manager and enable networking, and see if that helps. A full Belkin Pre-N Feisty guide is now available here http: Buying format see all.

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Recognized r5d8010 Dapper, but must use bcm43xx-fwcutter to get the firmware. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. I say out of the box, it didn’t appear to work instantly but when I rebooted the next day it came to life with no prompting and asked if I’d like to connect to my home network. Navigate to Sourceforge to download the latest version of ndisWrapper. The instructions on how to setup the Airgo-based wifi have been updated to reflect new information.

You can get the files needed here: From terminal, konsole or whatever you use, type this: Justin’s links are down, though I still found a copy here.


Welcome to Ubuntu: HOWTO: Get Airgo-Based WiFi Enabled Using ndiswrapper

I’ve got an Compaq Evo Nc, but that shouldn’t matter right? I don’t think there are any miniPCI cards out there. Whatever will help us reverse engineer more. Last edited by botus I thought Ubuntu and Debian were practically the same linx. Cards This Will Work On: I don’t know if this will help or not, but I recently upgraded to Feisty, and didn’t download ndiswrapper at all; it used the previous one already installed, and just worked after the upgrade.

It should be integrated with the rest of the rt2x00 driver effort if possible. This file is required for all distributions of Ubuntu. Belkin’s driver won’t work well. How can I give it that last kick in the pants to get it to turn on?

First, I did try hard to avoid the ndiswrapper approach Justin outlines and somehow get NetworkManager Ubuntu’s built-in system for managing networking “seamlessly” to work as intended. Someone at ubuntu found using the netgear drivers with ndiswrapper worked better see this.

Linux wireless 802.11n progress

There’s a few different steps, and it may help you. Kinux, just kidding; it looks like it was ahead of it’s time for a chipset. Yes Worked out of the box on Ubuntu 8. I’m not sure how to do it, but if you know how to publish a translation on the Ubuntu Wiki, the link on there is: Make sure you use wpa-driver wext. This is my first how to, so feel free to correct me: Hey, thanks for the tutorial. Finding the right driver online can be a challenging task if you’re not a computer geek and if you’re not[…].


Likewise, if you run into issues, leave a comment and I’ll do what I can to assist you. Unfortunately most hardware requires reverse engineering efforts at the moment.

After installing the driver, use f5dd8010 command “ndiswrapper -a” to link the driver to the card. Posted by Justin Miller at 1: Yes Works on Hoary