Thanks again for the help, if there are any future problems I’ll post again. October 19th, 4. It can list information on it as such I’m new to Linux and wireless so bear with me. I believe there are different versions of the DWL-G, and you need to determine which one you have. Now its getting better because I can see more things with iwconfig: That Madwifi site hasn’t been working for me:
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It can list information on it as such October 18th, 1. The drivers and hardware come out somewhat faster than the distros are updated, so it’s a matter dql keeping up with what’s available after installation like with MadWifi or ndiswrapper, or from the hardware maker. It worked for me.
D-Link DWL-G510 rev B1
Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. The information from the system is: I’ve installed the 32bits version and the network manager works perfectly, out of box.
Last edited by jamisone; at I need help here. Any advice greatly appreciated.
I clicked the icon to see the contents of the CD. All times are GMT After have removed and reinstalled the card into the machine, Ubuntu starts to recognize the card as a RALink at least.
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The DWL-G also works with All times are GMT On Fri, 13 Jun Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. I could click on various.
For example, this user installed some sort of realtek firmware: Join Date Jun Posts Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? I did some research on the forums and found that a D-Link DWL-G card was supported and I think the page said “works out of the box” Having purchased the card I read the install guide.
Looks like madwifi is a very good fwl, see here: Cristiano 3 That Madwifi site hasn’t been working for me: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
So after have tried dozen of times to build the linux driver from DLink support site, I gave up and have tried with Ndiswrapper. Under Windows this would bring up the “found new hardware” wizard and install the drivers automatically, what happens under H510 I’ve found a link pointing to a driver: Now its getting better because I can see more things linjx iwconfig: I could not find a way to enable auto run in Linux.
– D-Link DWL-G rt61 card not recognized – Ask Ubuntu