Author Read times. No Sees network initially, but does not connect. No firmware from userspace required. Firmware from userspace is required. Whether it’s known to work with Linux, is defined with a colour code:.
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No Has some issues in Maverick. However, the system does not have the driver for my wireless card Belkin F9LV2.
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Firmware is required, available from http: Works on Breezy using Ndiswrapper after some tweaking: See my sig Posts: How to report your wireless device. Have not tested WPA or netinstall Works in Feisty with ndiswapper-utils and the Realtek Windows driver net His page contains some outlines about the driver development, history, versions and maintainers.
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I will do the cumbersome thing, read reviews and contact manufacturers if necessary. As an IT old timer but Linux newbie I am embarrassed to have to ask this question but I have found no info: Install driver without internet connection: TIA for any info. October 24, Click my [Thank] link. 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.
The problem was how to load the wireless drivers onto the PC in the first place, as there was no wireless connection. My laptop has internet, Is there a way to do it without internet?