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Linux compatible or not. I currently have the card working with linuxant driver, when it expires Ill uninstall and try out that NDIS wrapper: Return to top of page. I m using suse Join our community today! I have found that only the cards based on Atheros Chipset are support by the http:

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For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Then just reboot and run “gksudo network-admin” in console and configure eth0.

Using Broadcom Wireless-G card (Linksys WMP54G) on Linux

Hello guys, here it is what i did to lniksys install the wirless adapter on my Debian box: After a registration form and a “Free trial” key. Initially Linux was intended to develop into an operating system of its own, but these plans were shelved somewhere along the way.

Watching the latest at76c driver try to download the firmware resulted in an “unexpected opcode ” error. Native Broadcom support in kernel b43 driver has undergone wmp54t steps in last few kernels and I finally succeded with Dell WLAN card 0c: Top violations of this rule are trolling, starting a flamewar, or not “remembering the human” aka being hostile or incredibly impolite.


The time now is Join our community today! For the Atmel chips, you had to choose between the atmelwlandriver which was being developed by someone at Atmel, I believe. For some people setting the transfer rate with these commands:.

Linksys Wireless WMP54G Adapter with Linux

I don’t have the option to set it up as an open network, like a lot of of the DOCs suggest. May 13, at 6: After some googling around, I can see many users with the same issues Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

For some people setting the transfer rate with these commands: Just like buying UT2k3 for linux, or any other linux software. The installation worked perfectly on my fujitsu pd running suse I am gonna try the suggested method for getting the BC to work yeah, like others who mentioned it, tried most of the few other guides and they all ferked up.

I did everything you did, smoothly, until after the modprobe.

Linksys WMP54GS with Broadcom BCM4306 chipset under Linux 2.6 kernel

No spamblog submissions wmp54y Posts that are identified as either blog-spam, a link aggregator, or an otherwise low-effort website are to be removed. Using binaries for drivers is a very stupid idea, it slows down progress, your system, and is not likely to be compatible with the next linux release.


January 29, at This guide is a lifesaver! With at76ca you should get latest source linxu patches from debian or gentoo, apply them and build.

The hardware started working without any additional driver. Submit a new text post.

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I can suggest using ndiswrapper and use the windows driver. Chipset Driver Supports network install?

I think I was close. Programmer, husband, father, singer, guitarist, tinkerer, reverse engineer, strange, and living in New Jersey. Actually, I think we only need the. The trick is to make Dapper not use the drivers built into the wm;54g, and instead use the ndiswrapper version. Thanks for helping me with this.

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