Can you post the commands you used. However, I happen to have an old version of the driver that gives more warnings, but no errors. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Posted 22 May – Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. What you do is run the command, plug the device in, and run the command again.

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Bus Device I had to reinstall another OS, and decided on Mint again. To try them, you must get rid of ndiswrapper first – Code:. Uninstall the built-in ndiswrapper and clean up any configuration you previously had: October 2nd, 3.

I am no expert in getting wireless adapters to work on Linux, I was just able to get my setup to work and wanted to share with anyone who may have a similar problem. I don’t believe bcmn43xx64 is the correct driver. This is what worked for me with that setup. This will configure your wireless adapter for WPA2 authentication. Posted 28 January – Until now, I have always used a wired Ethernet connection on my computer.


Native Linux drivers exist for both your internal card and the USB dongle, just not in the kernel that is installed by default. Please try yourself and let us know. October 17th, 5.

Posted 22 May – If I can figure out how to enable comments for everyone on this page, let me know if you were able to get it working or not and where you got stuck if you did, I may have left something out and your comment may remind me. I went to this site http: The drivers on the CD may work; I tried them, but didn’t try all of the steps below.

Check your ndiswrapper version: Thank you very much for you time, and have a wonderful day.

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Again I reverted to trying ndiswrapper, as that is what all the information I could find suggested. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.

Personally, I wouldn’t touch Belkin nor Buffalo wireless adapters with a 10 foot pole, both are known for running hot. The time now is Any tips on troubleshooting?

Click Here to receive this Complete J600 absolutely free. I never even had a firewall until ’01 when I began to uwb routers with firewalls pre installed. If your setup is different, you may have success using these steps or you may not. You should now be able to click on the Network Manager Applet and select your wireless network. Glad you got it running. Its the only computer I’ve ever needed; I used it all through college and grad school and it has always worked great.