BELKIN N600 LINUX DRIVER DOWNLOAD
From that page it does list linux drivers but it seems the driver is not part of the current kernel. Edited by beachfeet, 21 May – Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt? Greenonline 2, 4 11 You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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Enjoy, and be sure to stress test the USB card by the download of a large file using a download manager. Edited by NickAu, 28 January – Module could not be loaded. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
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(SOLVED)Belkin, N DB, wireless USB adapter, 64 bit, model F9Lv2
Getting the Belkin N DB to work on Ubuntu – Brian Zier
Sign up using Facebook. What is your OS exactly? I was running Ubuntu Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next. No time for that when there is evil afoot! Some people probably wouldn’t care, and for the most part I’m one of those people; however, I don’t like the idea of myself or someone else stepping or tripping on the cable or having the cable get caught and ripped out of my computer or the router.
Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt?
However, the problem I ran into here was an issue dealing with the WPA2 security on my wireless network. After the upgrade I tried the wireless adapter again So far I have tried: October 2nd, 3.
I have been considering upgrading my OS for a while now, but have not had a strong reason to. With Linux if a vulnerability is detected a fix is quickly found and then upon your next update the vulnerability is patched. The computer did not come with a wireless adapter back indesktops generally linyx.
Posted 28 January – If not, make the advices of the thread above. Post as a guest Name.
First, execute the following in order to generate the ndiswrapper configuration:. If you choose to use the drivers included on the CD, be sure to use the XP drivers. As well as checking if it shows up as a usb device as Nick recommended, I would also check Linyx Connections to check that it’s showing up there too, in case it’s only recognised as a usb device.