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  1. #1

    help me please :(

    Hey guys

    First of all, I woud like to say this a good site, reading other articles here and im impressed.

    Today I managed to get Debian 5.10 and installed it on dual boot.
    Trouble is, I have a wireless PCI card and can't figure out the life on how to install drivers for it, the console is new to me and I'm not familiar with linux.
    x window system is working.

    the card is a d-link DWL G520+ pci, can someone post a link to the drivers and can someone tell me step by step on how to install this. I really need to get on the net with linux urgently.

    Thank you


  2. #2
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    Odessa, FL
    I haven't done it myself, but someone on here wrote a tutorial for this:

    Read throught it and it might help

  3. #3
    Right, I got the acx100 drivers, where do I put them, and how do I install it, the rest should be easy.

    btw: where is yast in ubuntu, I can't see it anywhere.

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    I heard that ndiswrapper installs windows drivers on linux, is this true, if so, could I use my windows drivers from d-link?

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