Message 8 of 12 5, Views. Find More Posts by wificraig. Having a problem logging in? I wish Linksys would provide Linux support or release a better driver for the RaLink RT61 chipset because ndiswrapper doesn’t seem to support it Hi dragonlor20 Concerning your case I found an Ubuntu site that could help you.
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Wi-fi installation for Linux
Join our community today! I too had tried all sorts of stuff including ndiswrapper to get my wireless working. For info Now, install the program bcm43xx-fwcutter is you don’t have it sudo apt-get install bcm43xx-fwcutter To continue, we need the file BCMWL5. What about the Network Linuz
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God it’s a fight to get wifi working! You can see the result by typing. Remember the iwconfig command issued above On success, you should receive a list of active routers in your neighborhood.
I’ve never bothered with fwcutter since it seemed as involved as ndiswrapper, and now I am used to it. Yeah tried ndiswrapper once with SUSE, and it worked. Or do you have a reason to stick to the old driver like that you did have bcm43xx module, but no b43? You can supposedly download the correct driver files from the ndiswrapper site.
bcm43xx-fwcutter – manual page for bcm43xx-fwcutter – Linux Man Pages (1)
And have you tried ndiswrapper? The ndiswrapper package is a great invention.
As they say, “Your mileage may vary. I got version 4 from a friend, but bcm-fwcutter doesn’t work with version 4, needs less than that.
I wish Linksys would provide Linux support or release a better driver for the RaLink RT61 chipset because ndiswrapper doesn’t seem to support it If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
Message 7 of 12 5, Views. I typed those commands exactly, but no changes in the network manager. These often work, lijux sometimes they’re broken or don’t offer you full functionality. I have done everything you said but when i put the words “universe” and “multiverse” as the two top lines they are not recognized. EXE Extract its contents: Install the relevant NDIS driver for your device.
Installed bcm43x-fwcutter fine, copied bcmwl5. If the files are in your home directory you don’t need that.
Install the unzip package: Permission denied user Dell-Linux: What the ndiswrapper package does is to allow usage of the Windows driver for the card. All times are GMT The router is in DHCP mode.
Add ndiswrapper to the list of kernel modules to load at boot time: Message 6 of 12 7, Views. But if the commands I’ll write can be used on your plateform, try them.
No such file or directory.