Plus I did not know whether you have to issue: Right-click on the network manager icon on the top bar. Any chance of someone helping us new linux users by writing a step by step kids book about installing this PCMCIA card? I was able to establish a connection — Excited was I. Just paste them onto your desktop. I was told, “Once everything works fine you can write the correct modeprobe settings to load ndiswrapper automatically by running:

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Following this excerpt are messages from “modprobe” I assume because they are exactly what I listed at the beginning of this post.

If it’s any consolation Dave, I have the exact same Wirless card on the hetgear Laptop which I’ll be installing Lubuntu on and was wondering whether Ndsiwrapper would be able to get it working, and now I know. Once you have downloaded the firmware usually the filename of the firmware downloaded from the sites will result with.

BTW, I’m also running the linuxant drivers, with my mandrake 9.

[ubuntu] PLEASE HELP! netgear wg v2 in ubuntu

Luc on I’m trying to get on the net and need to use a Netgear WG card. Here we find that we can enable the power saving features of the driver. OR This link As it has the same chipset.


Any help in getting this Prism54 driver to load would be netgear wg linux Hey dm, where did you get that firmware? RH 9 and Netgear WG I do not know how to move this post to netfear 54Mbps forum but would appreciate if someone else would.

I got a Linksys Wireless Card. Now I am very happy not using Winblows and using my Linux laptop with wireless internet. Can somebody please point me in the right direction, or possibly email me the file for testing purposes?

I’m not going to go out and search to see if there is an alternative at this point – instead I’m going to give you directions for getting ndiswrapper installed and your driver loaded. You should look on mandrake mailing list, i think. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. It is on my laptop and I have a Netgear WG card. I must install the 1. November 17th, Message 4 of 6.

NetGear WG511 on Linux

OK I applied the path from prism Hi guys I installed the driver for WG on linux everything went fine till the last step. Hi guys It is working now. Then I have to run dhcpcd again.


You must use official, proprietary 1. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Left-click on the network manager icon — you should now see wireless networks.

Join Now Log In Help. Like I said, I am using the prism54 driver now instead and it is working fine. There were no driver issues on the Latitude however it looks like there may be with the WGv2 install. Here is the part that got cutoff:.

Getting Netgear WG b/g wireless card to work in Linux | Gilluminate – By Jason Gill

November 16th, 2. The card works as well as bad?

Clicking through remember I have a wired interface up still is easy enough. I tried doing as shown here by installing Linuxant etc – I got w511 the point where I had to upload the driver – the first problem I had was that it only asked me for the SYS file – it never asked me for an ARM file.

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