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From: CD Baric <cdbaric@gm...> - 2007-05-06 06:00:18
ollowing the instructions I was able to get this card working perfectly.
The only point of note is the selection of which INF file to use to
load the driver.
As advised, download the latest driver from Linksys and unzip.
The files of interest are in the root directory of the zip file and are called:
Using these two files, I was able to load the driver and it worked instantly.
ndiswrapper -i LSIPNDS.inf
WMP11NDS.sys: driver installed
To load the driver during bootup:
Put the following line in your init files:
Use KWiFiManager to select a wireless access point to connect to and then:
(enter whatever interface name if it isn't wlan0)
Use the wireless tools to scan and configure the wireless interface as required.
A simple and effective wireless manager is:
Wireless Assistant: http://wlassistant.sourceforge.net/
Don't bother fighting with NetworkManager - it is advertised as
"Pain-Free Networking" but it is total crap to try and build -
Thanks for a great and effective project.
CD 'Bar' Baric