The first time I thought because of capiltalization so I did it the second time and the result was the same. Last edited by WhatAhassle; at In addition, I had performed the step 10 which you recommended not to do. Note for version 2 users: Keyboard So the system has recognized that there is a “dongle” or should I say a usb device that is connected to the system and Ubuntu

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Linksys WUSB54G v4

Before that it would just give me an error telling me essentially that I obviously am not connected to the internet and can not access the online files. Local Loopback inet addr: It worked when I used the live CD. I did notice earlier that the version 4 files on my Linksys CD are not all exactly the same as the files you stated; my files are as follows: Originally Posted by WhatAhassle Code: After the reboot completes, you should be able to left-click on the Network icon toward the right side of the main menubar and have it display a list of wireless networks.


I had been struggling with this and got it to work with the info b1 provided here. Not-Associated Retry min limit: Took me some searching to stumble upon your page.

It worked out of the box on Ubuntu 6. There is no wlan listing at all.

Linksys WUSB54G v4 – WikiDevi

Then type ndiswrapper -l You should see output that looks like this for version 1: I am having lknux same trouble as Matt. This was of great help. Bus Device It does recognize it and the only problem is at the end when i click on the network icon. Just got off work so sorry for the delay. I just wish that vendors would support Linux!

I do not know where to start getting this thing to work. If you need to reset your password, click here. Sigg, I have a desktop. Bus Device ID When I remove ndiswrapper and then do it again with modprobe, it still does not appear, but it says it is there and that the driver is lnux.

Linksys WUSB54G v1 – WikiDevi

Then again perhaps I just made a simple mistake in the previous steps that is glaringly obvious to you right away, but perhaps that is just being a little too hopeful.


I have Linnksys 7. USB disconnect, device number 7. I’m running Linux Ubuntu 3. Leave a reply Cancel reply Comment. I then proceeded with the “ifconfig -a” again eusb54g the quotes and below are the results: If so do you think my adapter would still work if I used someone elses drivers or if I simply changed the.

Keyboard So the system has recognized that there is a “dongle” or should I say a usb device that is connected to the system and Ubuntu If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

Forgot intro paragraph thanking Sigg.

Linksys WUSB54G v1

I can’t seem to get “Enable Wireless” within I would assume “network manager” which I would assume again would be the default manager. First limux foremost thank you for your response.

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