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I've attempted to compile and install the binary drivers for the DLink DWL520+ card I have and after about 25 hours of trying , I give up. I am an ...
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    Wireless ethernet card for Linux/XP dual boot


    I've attempted to compile and install the binary drivers for the DLink DWL520+ card I have and after about 25 hours of trying , I give up. I am an IT professional but have no experience (well, 25 hours of fumbling) with command line script.

    I'd like to buy a wireless card that has support for Linux in the included software. Any opinions out there for the best card to use that will work on my dual boot machine?? Any suggestions will be greatly (and I do mean greatly) appreciated. I'd love to stop having to boot to XP just to get on the web.

    Thanks so much for your help!!
    Mike

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    Try this site


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    I'm not sure if you've already taken a look at it yet, but have a you tried ndiswrapper at all? It emulates windows' drivers to work with Linux. Here's a link to the site: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/

    Hope this helps you out.

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