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Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Find More Posts by billsp. It would appear that Linksys is at it again! Honestly, yes, most

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Linksys WMP11 – Instant Wireless PCI Card Driver Driver – TechSpot

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There is lots of support- for things that don’t exist anymore! Find More Posts by billsp. I am now connected using his driver and am pleased to announce to the wider Linux community who own the same card that they can now obtain working Linux drivers from www.

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It would appear that Linksys is at it again! The time now is For over two hundred bucks a pop! I wanted to ask this but forgot a bit earlier- I can get a Belkin F5D new locally. They haven’t changed the chipset without changing the model name, so an MA is still a good old prism card.

For folks with other cards and no working drivers, I would suggest you appeal to him and see if he has time to work a solution for you. WMP11 v4 driver available.

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Visit the following links: It has a lot to do with a bunch of Tiawanese manufacturers gutting into the wireless sector and either ignoring Linux driver requests or producing horrible drivers.

Find More Posts by cdrobsonjr. Ironically I’ve never been a big fan linksya the www. GS I can’t find it now, but there was a product announcment for the INP that proudly proclaimed that Linux support was forthcoming!

I am assuming this has to go back to the store, but would love any tips or hints that Linux support would be available. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.


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Join our community today! I agree with you, I realize the Tiawanese manufacturers are a problem. Now I can finally take up this wire draped across my floor! The most recent cards are not Broadcom.

Linksys WMP11 -v4-

Or is this a Taiwan non-starter? Having a problem logging in? I’ll run wire for THAT kind of money. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? As for a card to replace it, check the linux-wlan. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. In this case, I eyeballed the lspci -v output with the card installed, but trust me, it didn’t do much good.