So I switched to the Windows XP side of the computer and tried to install the original driver only to find that there was an entry-point software problem. Community Forum Software by IP. Do you know of anything else? I followed the instructions below and it worked: BT5 wont recognize it after numerous ways.
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Thus the failure was due to the original driver and not Ndiswrapper. This link may help as well: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
The time now is Not really what you wanted Change to the directory created by tar: It worked, as I mentioned on my comment above. Email Required, but never shown.
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This has been asked before, but is there not some sort of simple driver you can install in the terminal to make it work? Having a problem logging in? Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. I have access to a laptop that runs Windows, so I was able to download the XP Driver and ndiswrapper Several functions may not work.
Finally I succeeded in installing the AE adapter’s Windows driver with Ndiswrapper and connecting my computer to my wireless-g linud network under Ubuntu Im still learning much about how to do things on linux, and I like to work in terminal.
Originally Posted by chili You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. This looks csico it has a lot of good information. If you have an old installation of ndiswrapperyou might want to remove it before starting all the above step.
About I’m Rob Warner, and I’m a software developer. Do I need to install this CD on my Ubuntu computer? Few things to mention here, though: Does anyone know if compiling from scratch will help with my WPA problem?
Hi everyone from LQ! Either that or research the product you are going to buy before you buy it. I am a victim of Launchpad’s unforgiving policy of not allowing its users a chance to review and edit their writing before finalizing it.
I consider the latter far better than the former at least in terms of human and mechanical engineering. As I understand ndiswrapper is an ideal tool in this case for making a Windows-only adapter work with Linux.