So I guess this will have to be submitted upstream then? Various different versions are available see below. A5 , the cable is welded with the board a U. That’s why drives which you can get are for the old kernels and haven’t been updated then. Worked after tweaking settings as described here with Ubuntu Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux.

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Does NOT support N speeds. I got and installed the 2. More information you can find: Full details on getting this card working in Ubuntu are here and here.

D1 of this card works with a CVS release of madwifi update: My wireless still isn’t working. Please can you try with last kernel version, Lucid upstream which is located on http: Can you please try installing the following package? If anybody has any ideas, they are appreciated. Fri Oct 30 I have an iPhone with which I want to tether to it with Mifi 4. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. C of this card.


Find the line that says: Without any tweaks, it covers my full house square meters, passing through 2 or 3 brick walls. Download Windows XP driver from D-Linkinstall ndiswrapper and ndisgtk, add windows driver, should work after reboot. After that it works.

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Works with Knetworkmanager on WPA. Connection speed average is slow and fluctuates. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. From the upstream bug: Doesn’t work out of the box with Ubuntu 8. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

This card needs firmware loaded in order to work.

I didn’t ask any question – it just works. Just had to configure my wi-fi connection and WEP and was off and running.

No The drivers are from the Ralink. According to this wiki page: I just had to chose the correct driver on wlan configuration screen and configure the DHCP connection with my router during installation. The fault seems to be related to an error in loading the firmware which is present in the hotplug firmware folder.


Chipset manufacturer has driver source here. Works out of the box Precise. In Jaunty, I had to enable the madwifi drivers in Jockey in order to use wireless and that was fine.

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Comment on this change optional. The D-Link card was detected on boot, and the network just connected with no additional actions required. BB code is On. That’s why drives which you can get are for the old kernels and haven’t been updated then.