If the issue remains even after installing and testing linux-backports -modules- jaunty, could you then please try the latest upstream compat-wireless stack. It does recognize it and the only problem is at the end when i click on the network icon. If so do you think my adapter would still work if I used someone elses drivers or if I simply changed the. Here are the logs. Else Look for instruction for updating the kernel in ubuntu Before that it would just give me an error telling me essentially that I obviously am not connected to the internet and can not access the online files. Hey so this worked for me in Jaunty, but it seems that the v1 driver lacks support for wpa1 or 2 security.

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Linksys WUSB54G v2

I have Ndiswrapper 1. I know for a fact that it’s the right driver See full activity log. Hopefully, I won’t have too many problems with actually connecting to the WiFi now Join our community today! Sometimes the adapter is acknowledged by the Network Manager and other times it is not. I figured it out, just forgot to update. Hey Dave, first off thank you so much for this post.


Linux Power User Bundle. Right now we are in the Desktop we need to unpack ndiswrapper so type: Please download this file and drag and drop it to your desktop: Using a hammer to crack a walnut i know, but at least then you’d know.

This is basically where the ndiswrapper.

Linksys are notorious for screwing about with their chipsets from one card version to the next. This will extract it into the folder that you are in.

Leave a reply Cancel reply Comment. Anyway if this is a common neccesity you might think about adding it as a step or something. Hey man, Linux doesn’t come with the drivers to run everysingle wireless card. To reopen the bug, click on the current status under the Status column and change the status back to “New”. Right now you’ve read the instructions, it should be more apparent, but just incase not, the instructions tell you what commands build and install the module.

Using the Linksys WUSB54G (v1 or v4) With Ubuntu Gutsy « The Ek’s Files

Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Is there any way I could do that via USB transfer from another computer? Next go make, login as root, make install. I did notice earlier that the version 4 files on my Linksys CD are not all exactly the same as the files you stated; my files are as follows: Email Required, but never shown.


May 22nd, 2. Be sure to reboot after installing this package in order to test. May 22nd, 4. Happy trails man Graham. Stick your Linksys installation CD in the drive. I am running ubuntu linux 7.

[ubuntu] Linksys WUSB54G Wireless Adapter Driver [Ndiswrapper]- wlan0 not showing

I am having the same trouble as Matt. Please let us know your results.

I have a linsys pcmcia wireless card which works fine with ndiswrapper so i presume its the same for the USB. I would ideally be setup only with the wireless adapter, but needed the ethernet linkage to get some basic stuff done first, and obviously make driver install easier.