#1
Hello ladies and gents....

Is there a way to get my Linksys USB54G wireless adapter to work with Ubuntu? I've already tried useing Wine as an emulator, but when I run the disk with Wine, it gets to 25% and stays there...

Im dualbooting with XP (which I'm using now) and it's working fine....

Is there a way I can access my Ubuntu partition and install if from XP? :S


Thanks in advance
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#2
Quote by ~G{}{}BER~
Hello ladies and gents....

Is there a way to get my Linksys USB54G wireless adapter to work with Ubuntu? I've already tried useing Wine as an emulator, but when I run the disk with Wine, it gets to 25% and stays there...

Im dualbooting with XP (which I'm using now) and it's working fine....

Is there a way I can access my Ubuntu partition and install if from XP? :S


Thanks in advance


A) Computer thread.
B) Ubuntu forum.

This is just a smart place to ask.
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#4
Quote by SpelChek
search your wireless card on the ubuntu forums, look for people who had similar problems and try the solutions that worked for them. Also what version are you using? If you're using 8.04 Hardy Heron I'd try this https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/internet/C/ndiswrapper.html



Thanks, I searched around a bit on the Ubuntu forums, but never got my exact questions answered, which is why I turned here..

I'm using Ubuntu 7.10 at the moment...

Like the other guy said, I'm going against the rules so I'll delete this in a few.
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#6
Linux isn't really that friendly when it comes to wireless.
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#8
Try downloading a generic driver?
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