I have two questions about installing the Belkin WIreles USB hub (UWB) in Linux.
I'm running Fedora Core 3 and my kernel version is 2.6.10-1. It is configured with a 4K stack. I've posed the question to Belkin, and they haven't answered me yet. Does this driver work with a 4K stack? Does anyone know?
When I install on Windows, there are actually devices installed. They are:
DEVICE: UWB Dongle over USB --- DRIVER: USBFX2.sys --- INF: oem23.inf
DEVICE: UWB Dongle Control --- DRIVER: FX2Control.sys --- INF: oem21.inf
DEVICE: Wireless Hub Device --- DRIVER: WirelessHub.sys --- INF: oem24.inf
This last one is not visible in Windows through the Device Manager
DEVICE: UWB Dongle MAC --- DRIVER: SWMAC.sys --- INF: oem22.inf
I have successfully installed oem23.inf and oem21.inf in Linux with ndiswrapper.
Installing oem22 or oem24 display "Invalid Driver" when I do ndiswrapper -l
The question is do I need all four drivers?
Has anyone set up this device successfully with ndiswrapper?
ndiswrapper doesn't support hub drivers.
Ah-hah! I thought this might work since it's wireless, but I guess it's really for wireless network card drivers. Thank you for the answer. Back to the drawing board.
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