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I have read that this piece of kit doesn't support linux, or isn't supported by linux. BUT I've also read that some people have adapted drivers to make it work. ...
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    D-Link DWL-G510 (wireless pci)


    I have read that this piece of kit doesn't support linux, or isn't supported by linux.
    BUT I've also read that some people have adapted drivers to make it work.
    Anyone done this or know someone that has? And is there any way I can get hold of a copy?

    I am assuming that my machine will recognise and use the pci when it has the right drivers...?


    Cheers. Distro is Mandrake 9.2

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    On secondary investigation, it appears people claim to be able to run the thing using the WinXP drivers and ndis wrapper or something.....what is that wrapper and where do i find it??

    everything i've seen seems to be using comand line or terminals etc, but i know it can all be done in the point-and-click programs that are installed, i just struggle to work out which ones to use and how to use them...

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