After setup completes, the card is shown in the network interfaces as eth0, all hardware details are shown too , but the system is unable to activate it. Otherwise, I think there is information on this thread of the Ubuntu Forums. This doesn’t work for me in You can try with linux Mint that comes with ndiswraper pre-installed. Could you please edit your question to add more details? In Fiesty, it works, but not with WPA.

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Requires latest Ralink RT source drivers, modification instructions can be found here. Yes Just choose wireless network in networking, and works. Email Required, but never shown. Hi, Everyone, I apologize for posting my final report so late.

[SOLVED] Creatiing Ubuntu Driver for Linksys WUSBN Wireless Adapter Using Ndiswrapper

On 64 bit system, native support with brcmfmac for this chipset did not work. Tested on Ubuntu 7.

Yes In Ubuntu Updating the firmware link broken fixes the problem. Is not detected by Jaunty. In Fiesty, it works, buuntu not with WPA.


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WPA works with ndiswrapper according to this howto: Clicking through warnings re: Needed to modify the Ralink driver or simply use the modified-for-you version available at this post: Want to know which application is best for the job?

Built in driver works flawlessly with the 2. Agmenor 7, 14 55 To do so follow these instructions. Linux – Software This forum is for Software issues. Ubuntu still failed to recognize the device even though ndisgtk subsequently showed that it the hardware was present.

Can be setup easily under Intrepid 8. Make sure drivers are visible on the Dekstop Code:. Using ndiswrapper, could not load.

So I found and downloaded a driver from Linkys’ website and extracted it in my Downloads folder: So I just installed it from scratch in a wusn300n minutes. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.

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Yes Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. Post as a guest Name. Supported in installed system? Are you new to LinuxQuestions.


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No Doesn’t work in Thus far I seem to have installed the driver netwm per ndisgtk but the hardware is not found. Make sure drivers are visible on the Dekstop Code: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.