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- Aug 2005
wireless router: really need help with this one
I am trying to configure a Linksys WUSB12 wireless usb drive for my linux box running SuSE x86_64. I think the problem I am encountering is that I have not attempted to install a 64-bit version of the Linksys driver even though I installed a 64-bit version of ndiswrapper and the kernel module. It doesn't appear that a 64-bit driver exists. Should I just delete the x86_64 version of ndiswrapper that I installed and attempt to install the i586 version? Would that even work?
Information on what I have tried and other specifics is below:
--Installed ALL ndiswrapper listings via smart, and this apparently installed the kernel module.
--Issued the command "ndiswrapper -i" on the two .inf files I got from Linksys: AUTORUN.INF and LSWUSB.INF.
--ndiswrapper -l tells me:
autorun invalid driver!
lswlusb driver installed, hardware present
"modprobe ndiswrapper" brings up no errors but when I check the log (and dmesg), I see the following:
ndiswrapper: module not supported by Novell, setting U taint flag.
ndiswrapper version 1.10 loaded (preempt=no,smp=yes)
ndiswrapper (check_nt_hdr:149): Windows driver is not 64-bit; bad magic: 010B
ndiswrapper (load_sys_files:213): couldn't prepare driver 'lswlusb'
ndiswrapper (load_wrap_driver:111): loadndiswrapper failed (65280); check system log for messages from 'loadndisdriver'
ndiswrapper: probe of 2-1:1.0 failed with error -22
usbcore: registered new driver ndiswrapper
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 066b:2213 Linksys, Inc. WUSB12v1.1 802.11b Adapter
I found this information from http://www.linux-wlan.org/docs/wlan_adapters.html.gz :
Linksys 802.11b WUSB12 mini-USB Prism2/2.5/3 Linux-wlan-ng
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- Aug 2005
well, that didn't work. Note to anyone else: don't bother trying to configure and install the 32-bit version of ndiswrapper on a 64-bit kernel with the intent to use 32-bit drivers. It sounds stupid like that, but it could have worked, right?
Anyway, I think the way to go to get it to work is wlan-ng (others have done this successfully), but I think I'm just going to return the router I have and get another one that I can plug the computer directly into.