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I installed ndisgtk, and got the net driver installed, however when I click “Configure Network”, it crashes. Join Date Dec Beans It hangs the system. August 24th, 4. I saw some posts showing others having the same problem and the workaround was disabling security on your wireless network which I didn’t want to do.
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I saw some posts showing others having the same problem and the workaround was disabling security on your wireless network which I didn’t want to do. January 20th, enlwi-x2. Although some of the information is a bit dated, here is the list https: En,wi-nx2 you probably already know, the right chipset is the key here, not so much the brand. I installed ndisgtk, and got the net driver installed, however when I click “Configure Network”, it crashes.
Here’s the output from command line: I’m aware that this card doesn’t have Linux drivers, but some users have gotten it working with ndiswrapper. I suppose next step is to get a new card? Also, is this http: August 17th, 2.
I’ve been installing it with ndiswrapper from the command line: You’re welcome, although I don’t understand why you would be able to use the drivers listed on that particular site. Well, this is really frustrating.
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I could list the APs but could never actually attach to mine as it always rejected my WEP passphrase. August 24th, 4. You didn’t say that both files; the. Originally Posted by mooncaptain. August 26th, 6. I have already downloaded fnlwi-nx2 installed build-essential and linux-headers-generic I haven’t done any development on Ubuntu except for editing web pages so any help would be appreciated. If you only have the.
I’ve tried everything I could think of. When I reboot, the system hangs, forcing me to disable the driver from recovery mode.
I’m going to try some more of those drivers before I throw in the towel This is just my opinion but I’m wandering if it might be easier to just purchase a compatible wireless card. Emlwi-nx2 is how I did it. My card’s ID is 10EC: August 18th, 3.
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Join Date Dec Beans Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. It hangs the system. I really hate to lose this one, but if I want to have any connectivity in Linux, it looks like it’s going to be the only choice.
It doesn’t matter if the card is present or not. August 17th, 1. Both files need to be in the same directory that you build the module from.
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Or should I expect the same result? I’m going to complain to the manufacturer; but I doubt if that will do much good. Traceback most recent call last: