Supported in installed system? Is not detected by Jaunty. Following downloads and install, you should be up and running note: Requires latest Ralink RT source drivers, modification instructions can be found here. Following the instructions at that post enabled the adapter and it works perfectly. All ended with losing my internet connection on the laptop altogether.
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Newer Post Older Post Home. The more you use Windows: Needed to modify the Ralink driver or simply use the modified-for-you version available at this post: One may use ndiswrapper with the Windows driver from linksys but not the version for Vista.
Linksys WPC54G v1.0
This card is version 1. To install it, get connected to a wired connection, open a terminal and type these commands: May 26th, 8.
WPA works with ndiswrapper according to this howto: Yes Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9.
Lynksys WPC54G wireless netbook adaptor and Linux – Linksys Community
The time now is The time now is Following the instructions at that post enabled the adapter and it works perfectly. Your card has a Broadcom chip, which the b43 driver runs just fine.
I know it is possible though, so don’t give up!
Supported in installed system? May 26th, 6. The wireless card comes on-line. Put the card in the slot and reboot the computer.
Many Linksys cards and other brands as well use the Broadcom B43 chipset, but the version of the hardware isn’t quite compatible with the firmware that comes with current Linux distros.
May 26th, 5. BB code is On.
Lynksys WPC54G wireless netbook adaptor and Linux
Luckily, there’s a B43 firmware update available. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
Copied and pasted “sudo apt-get install bfwcutter” into LXTerminal as you advised. Then I noticed that I was having some instability, especially after I upgraded to the latest versions of the Linux kernel, and as Wcp54g tried different things to find a fix, I came to the conclusion that ndiswrapper was the culprit.
Click the Wireless tab, and add a connection or edit the existing one. So I went back to searching for a way to get my wireless card to work without liknsys, using native Linux drivers. May 26th, 7.