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Linux drivers – Belkin N600 DB Wireless DualBand USB Adapter

No time for that when there is evil afoot! Ben Lee 1 7. But in my new apartment, the way things are arranged, my only option was to run a long Ethernet cable across the floor of my living room in order to have internet access.

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Belkin N DB Wireless USB Adapter – CentOS

Uninstall the built-in ndiswrapper and clean up any configuration you previously had:. I have had the hardest time trying to figure out how to make this device work, and after a few hours of trying, I have decied to start a thread.

The Solution This information has been pulled from several different sources. Spent all day and couldn’t get it to work in Ubuntu or Mint, figuring it must be the model Want Answer 0 Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. In case someone with compiling experience wants to build the driver for your kernel.


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You should now be able to click on the Network Manager Applet and select your wireless network.

So far, it seems that I’ve come across someone wiping the code of a wireless router and replacing it with open souce: However, never mention Linux, rather a OS printed on the package. It’s new and is often left out of installations and wifi doesn’t work without it. At this point, everything should be working Started by beachfeetJan 28 If it’s going to heat up, this test will reveal how it’ll hold up, which is yet to be determined.

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Posted 29 January – Uninstall the built-in ndiswrapper and clean up any configuration you previously had: Not finding what you are looking for? Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt? Originally Posted by Martyn Bell. Glad you got it running.


(SOLVED)Belkin, N DB, wireless USB adapter, 64 bit, model F9Lv2

Refer to your particular distribution of Linux for the details on how to set up NDisWrapper from pinux your distribution I’ve only done it in Ubuntu so have no experience of other distros. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.

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All times are GMT Even though I entered the appropriate password, after a minute or two, it would re-prompt for the key again. Is the ndiswrapper module installed?

The problem is that you are using a software “Winmodem”, that has no driver support in the Linux kernel.