Has anyone tried this with Debian? Hi, I have just installed Ubuntu 7. The only problem I have now is that I can’t standby or hibernate with my wireless card enabled. I’m getting tired of being chained to the desk: No ratings or reviews yet. Hello, I’ve the same problem and have solved with the instructions in this site: How about Alienware drivers?
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Its f5d8001 wireless pre n adaptor that goes in a pcmcia slot the pcmcia card is picked up by Microsoft update but the adaptor can’t find drivers. Be the first to write a review. I tried installing the drivers from the cd, hetwork when they didn’t work I used the ones linked in Justin’s tutorial. So went off line, switched the network card and back to Terminal – same results.
I don’t know why, but I haven’t hade any problems since.
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Fraser Valley, F5x8010 Registered: I did this via “sudo ndiswrapper -i tmimo3P. According to ndiswrapper -l my card is there, but not according to anything else in the computer.
Belkln does this price mean? I’ve been wrestling with Ubuntu 8. Okay, here’s how to get the networi Feisty ndiswrapper working: See the instructions here http: Anyone know how to fix this? I downloaded the driver and installed it successfully using the “ndiswrapper -i” command. Invalid argument Does anyone know what the problem is here? Hope this helps, Danni. The lowest-priced item in unused and unworn condition with absolutely no signs of wear. Perhaps Internet Archive might still have some of those old pages, and drivers, archived.
You may try using the ndiswrapper in the repositories; it’s pretty much up to date I used an earlier version on Edgy that worked. I’ve had one of these cards for over a year, and couldn’t get it to work on a Linux machine, and won’t connect to the secure network at my university. Skip to forum content DriverPacks. In fact, it seems to be working better on Feisty than it did on Edgy when I compiled it.
A full Belkin Pre-N Feisty guide is now available here http: I went to get that package as he suggested.
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No ratings or reviews yet. Once that’s all sorted, it’s time to install your driver.
It gets as far as finding the access point, then doesn’t let you get an IP address using DHCP or connect with a static address. Why I’m not sure, but when I didn’t do it nothing else worked.
You may also like. One of these drivers could work with 32bit Vista or Seven. Show More Show Less. If you used mine, try this: I’ve got an Compaq Evo Nc, but that shouldn’t matter right?
I’m getting tired of being chained to the desk: I’ve uploaded the files here: