Hi guys, could anyone please tell me where could I find how to install the driver for Netgear wg for linux suse 9. Of course it requires iq power stronger than the lightly toasted type. I must install the 1. In this case, ndiswrapper. Ryan on Message 1 of 6.
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Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. I found the following entry. They are probably also on the CD that came with the card, but I wanted the latest.
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On OpenSuse, I used su from the command line in order to become the root user. I cheated and used an XP box to install them and just copied them over from the drivers directory.
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The reason I placed this post in the wrong forum is because I found another post re: Go back 1 folder, then navigate to the ndisgtk folder Double-click on the ndisgtk file to begin its installation. You apparently read something that said you needed to use ndiswrapper.
Okay, I have double checked, but after the kernel finishes booting, loading all modules, and I login as “root”, I did an “lsmod” to list all modules that are negear and here is the full list: Here is a bugzilla report. Same thing applies here for password. Need help running Linux on your netbook?
I used the drivers at Linuxant. This is the ultimate. All times are GMT There were no driver issues on the Latitude however lunux looks like there may be with the WGv2 install. Join Date Dec Beans 9. Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Any idea is highly appreciated!
The time now is Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Subscribe to this entry. I must install the 1.
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Aman on From the looks of this, all sorts of people are having this problem. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.
Would now like to put it on my old Dell Luc on Instead a set of default settings appear and have to be reset using iwconfig. I have been having similar problems.