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I am having some issues with the in-built wifi, so bought the belkin n micro usb. There is an INF file in the disc called netcu. That page alone doesn’t tell us, in simple terms, the commands used to make the card work.

[SOLVED] Belkin n usb in Ubuntu

Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I’m not sure lnux you can compile a single driver, perhaps slh or someone who’s a kernel expert can chime in and assist. But the echo line crashes it.

Also, it seems to have started acting up when I switched to the newer version of the adapter. Thanks for the quick reply!

There is ndiswrapper which takes in a Windows wireless driver and with a belkun of luck, makes it work on the system. Proud Linux user and dual booter.


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Display posts from previous: Can you point to some guidance for me? Tags for this Thread belkin n BB code is On. The adapter is this: Have you tried another port, or can verify that you can see the adapter in the list? Can you post the commands you used. From that page it does list linux drivers but it seems the driver is not part of the current kernel.

What you’ll now linxu to be concerned about is if the adapter overheats, which will lead to poor performance. Find More Posts by cwebs.

With that module loaded, the following sets the ID: Follow us on Twitter! Originally Posted by snowpine. If it’s going to heat up, this test will usv how it’ll hold up, which is yet to be determined.

Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt?

If someone could please throw out some suggestions, I would really aprreciate it. But, here is a Mint thread on your chipset marked solved. A quick Google tells me that your Belkin probably uses a Kinux chipset. But, when I take a look in that folder, there is no “sw. It may well be listed under “Wired Connections” in Network Connections, rather than under Wireless Connections, because it’s llinux connection that uses an external device rather than an internal wifi card.


Started by beachfeetJan 28 All times are GMT us The USB ports may be disabled. Originally Posted by snowpine I assume you are running a server because Ubuntu 8. I never even had a firewall until ’01 when I began to get routers with firewalls pre installed. Bus Device