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i have a Belkin F5D7050 (usb wireless card) and i use it on my laptop but got a usb for more portability i can bring in computers flawlessly with it ...
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    Belkin F5D7050


    i have a Belkin F5D7050 (usb wireless card) and i use it on my laptop but got a usb for more portability i can bring in computers flawlessly with it and would really like to put gentoo on my laptop but need to use the inet for installation and well i cannot setup wireless network anyway to do a bootlegged driver for this belking wireless card?

    if anyone knows anything please help :?:

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    current live cds have support for wireless so if your card is supported by linux then it will work fine

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    If the card is not supported by linux, you could find a livecd with ndiswrapper on for loading the windows driver (I am not sure if the gentoo livecd has ndiswrapper, but I think knoppix has).

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