Card bought new Aug Should work after reboot, including WPA support. The time now is Windows drivers solve the fluctuation, but there are eventual system freezing with ndiswrapper. This is a discontinued product. Works great, but limited to 54Mbps.

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The card is supposed to be OoB as per wiki documents, unless it is not the same card.

Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G/Drivers/Linux driver

I found on the old forum a work around for the sound card yamaha opl3sx. I read that I am supposed to put the windows firmware in a firmware c-link.

If when you load the driver for this device, you see: No Works on All times are GMT That’s why drives which you can get are for the old kernels and haven’t been updated then. Refer to this forum post. The drivers are from the Ariplus. The time now is Now working, works with the ACX project drivers, Debian walkthrough. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?


Chipset manufacturer has driver source here. No Doesn’t work “out of the box” but you can install the drivers following this instructions. Immediately recognized and connected without any configuration necessary under Intrepid. Doesn’t work out of the box with Ubuntu 8. Driver – For a PCI device: Stuck beacon problem with madwifi with 0. December 29, This ‘hardware version’ number is printed next to the serial number, in the barcode sticker usually at the back of the box, or next to the serial number barcode in the card itself.

Windows drivers solve the fluctuation, but there are eventual system freezing with ndiswrapper.

Compatibility/D-Link – – Trac

Full details on getting this card working in Ubuntu are here and here. Works with Ubuntu 7.

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Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver

No open source drivers actually. Any help would be greatly appriciated! No The drivers are from the Ralink. Linu does not, reports on lspci: Without any tweaks, it covers my full house square meters, passing through 2 or 3 brick walls.


DSL loads so far, except wireless card.

Has issues with Natty amd But, so far, so good! Also, its a cardbus card, so its not really using pcmcia, its directly part of the pci subsystem when its loaded. I don’t know if there are any other revisions out there, aorplus my AG worked fine and it was an A1.

The debian package didn’t work because it used a January snapshot.