You just can’t write a driver without a specification By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. The time now is Have you tried going to Linksys’ website, and downloading the latest Vista driver for the card? Or is this a Taiwan non-starter?
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Sunday, February 22, 1: Find More Posts by cdrobsonjr.
The time now is In this case, I eyeballed the lspci -v output with the card installed, but trust me, it didn’t do much good. I am assuming this has to go back to the store, but would love any tips or hints that Linux support would be available.
And, unlike some motherboard components, or video adapters, there is no such thing as a ‘generic driver’ for a NIC. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Three cheers for Linuxant and Marc Boucher. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Fedora Core 2 Posts: Sunday, February 22, 9: I think I keep pretty on top of these things and I haven’t heard of that chipset before, so it may be nice to be the guy that gets the word out.
Marked as answer linkssy Andy Song Thursday, March 19, 5: They haven’t changed the chipset without changing the model name, so an MA is still a good old prism card. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Not so good for an older Pentium II desktop machine.
It has diddly to do with kernel developers. I bought the things at Circuit City. Or is this a Taiwan non-starter?
Linksys WMP11 – Instant Wireless PCI Card Driver Driver – TechSpot
I wanted to ask this but forgot a bit earlier- I can get a Belkin F5D new locally. It’s perfectly OK with me if this “g” card only works in “b” mode. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Looks like it’s been orphaned. As for a card to replace it, check the linux-wlan. Regardless, more info helps It would appear that Linksys is at it again!
Linksys WMP11 v4
There was a v2. Have you tried going to Linksys’ website, and downloading the latest Vista linkays for the card? Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. WMP11 v4 driver available.