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Thread: Linksys Wireless on Gentoo
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Looking at the Linksys website, the only thing close is the WUSB11:
If that's it, then according to the ndiswrapper site, you need to do the following:
- You need to use the driver from:
Open that exe and grab the inf and sys files. The inf file is called WUSB11v4.inf
- If this won't work, you need to grab the 2005-08-21 snapshot of ndiswrapper, compile it manually, and use that.
Give that a shot.
Its not the same version, but the model is right, I'll give it a shot.
I tried it out and I get the same error. I dont think it does support my card. Is there a card list for MadWifi as well? I would like to see if my card is compatible with that as well.
Bus 003 Device 003: ID 077b:2219 Linksys WUSB11 V2.6 802.11b Adapter
This version of the nic uses the 'Amtel' chipset and is supported natively in the kernel ....no ndiswrapper or madwifi neededCode:
-> Device Drivers -> Networking support -> Network device support (NETDEVICES [=y]) -> Wireless LAN (non-hamradio) [*] Wireless LAN drivers (non-hamradio) & Wireless Extensions --- Obsolete Wireless cards support (pre-802.11) < > STRIP (Metricom starmode radio IP) (NEW) --- Wireless 802.11b ISA/PCI cards support < > Hermes chipset 802.11b support (Orinoco/Prism2/Symbol) (NEW) < > Atmel at76c50x chipset 802.11b support (NEW) --- Prism GT/Duette 802.11(a/b/g) PCI/Cardbus support < > Intersil Prism GT/Duette/Indigo PCI/Cardbus (NEW)
I built it in as a module, but it sitll doesn't seemt o be working. I have my computer check for hot and cold plugged USB devices at boot but I still cant connect to the network.
EDIT: Do i have to modprobe something to get it to work?
Have you modprobed it?
Unfortunately, I don't see a module name in the kernel config, so I'm not sure what it is. Personally, I'd just build it right into the kernel.
Im pretty sure there is something more I have to do yo the module, but I cant find anything on enabling them after you build them into the kernel.