Gary Baribault wrote:
> Does NDISWrapper support the Linksys WUSB54G USB network card?
Not yet. I have one of those on my desktop, and I want to make it run
under Linux somehow. I already started a USB framework for ndiswrapper.
The Linksys driver loads but still crashes during the initialisation on
some weird point.
As soon as this is fixed, the actual mapping of the Windows USB
interface to Linux will have to be created. So, there is some work
ahead. I will try to create a branch in the ndiswrapper CVS, maybe some
other developers are interesting in joining this effort - not only for
On the other hand, the prism54.org team currently seems to make some
progress with a native support for this hardware. They are about to
receive the specifications and firmware from the chip manufacturer and
hope to write a clean driver (including master mode, i.e. access point
support!). Maybe they will be faster, maybe not. I currently prefer the
ndiswrapper way, because I also use this tool for another card and hope
to improve some internals as well while adding the USB layer.
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