Works in Feisty with ndiswapper-utils and the Realtek Windows driver net Verify that the wireless connection now says “Roaming mode enabled. Filen eller katalogen finns inte driver ‘tmimo3p. Works in Feisty with ndiswapper-utils and the Realtek Windows driver net It belkin f5d linux up when I enter lspci -nn Verified cards are in bold. Download the ndisWrapper files for your distribution:

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Belkin F5D Pre-N Wireless PCMCIA

I’m curious about the ndisgtk addition. See Belkin F5 Def. What you need is newest version of ndiswrapper. Item location see all. Yes Lnux out of the box on First of all we need to install some kernel headers. Download it here http: Forcing ndiswrapper to use the device id is achieved with “sudo 5fd8010 -a 17CB: It shows up when I enter lspci -nn Last edited by TechDud Thank you and I DO mean that!


I’m new to Linux and most Terminal terms are unfamiliar. I’m a happy user. Then put my windows cd in to drive. It took me a good while to figure out I didn’t have build-essential installed, but now I can’t get the wireless card lunux show up in the right places. I saw your “How to”. No native support in 8. I will update my instructions to reflect both the tar file provided by Luis and the mirror by Eric, as well as the instructions to install ndiswrapper via compiling. Hello, I was unsuccessful at installing Unbuntu any version on an old Dell Inspiron machine so I installed Debian instead.

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I tried your guide and it worked, once. Next we check that everything there has worked ok: Must install ndiswrapper-utils and your windows driver.

Yes WEP working out of the box with Hardy 8. Look for the following: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free.


I never used Linux until this week. I couldn’t get the hardware tool from here, no links working!!! I’ve used the f5d800 method with hardy and gutsy successfully getting wpa2 encryption: Someone at ubuntu found using the netgear drivers with ndiswrapper worked better see this.

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You are not logged in. Great Post, even at this later date. It’s just that Conexant never formally announced this.

Networkmanager just shows a wired connection, no option with wireless. I’m getting tired of being chained to the desk: