Wrong buisness plan babies: I plan on installing ubuntu on a windows machine and would like to find an ubuntu driver for a linksys wmp54g wireless PCI adapter I have. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. But I have also posted the link to the ndiswrapper wiki for any other information. I have found that only the cards based on Atheros Chipset are support by the http: Click here for our reviews!

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If you do buy a card for Linux I suggest that you run through the compatible cards list on prism I currently have the card working with linuxant driver, when it expires Ill uninstall and try out that NDIS wrapper: My card is a WPC54G v3.

Using ndiswrapper, could not load. I hate broadcom, I will never ever buy theyr hardware again. Done i have post here.

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Updating the firmware link broken fixes the problem. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Yes Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9.


For some people setting the transfer rate with wmp54h commands: BB code is On. Top violations of this rule are trolling, starting a flamewar, or not “remembering the human” aka being hostile or incredibly impolite. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

Re: WMP54G in Ubuntu Linux HELP – Linksys Community

Visit the following links: Also works with ndiswrapper. Yes Tested on Dapper Beta 2. This petition is a good thing… but we can do lniksys being responsible customers: Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Everything works the same. WMP54G into my Ubuntu 7.

Seems like a new card or a bug report would be appropriate. Wireless LAN Soft blocked: LinuxBill 1, 11 A great many Linkyss devices work quite well with the native Linux driver and without ndiswrapper.

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I have the 4. I made sure a major distributor switched to selling a Prism54 alternative on just about every product where Linksys includes a broadcom chip. Additionally, surveys are not allowed. Just did a fresh install to ensure I didn’t break it in my previous tinkering attempts.


Don’t post image-macros, rage comics, or other drivel here. At this point, I’m just throwing theories and suggestions at the wall and sees what sticks! Please look on other posts.

In Fiesty, it works, but not with WPA. They earn money from the damn hardware, and they want to sell its driver for a FREE operating system?

WMP54G in Ubuntu Linux HELP

And that comes from a dear old friend of all linux users…Intersil. Linux compatible or not. And guess what it only use the ubuntuu clock.