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    Just Joined! rhthekida's Avatar
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    Wireless Card

    I am running Kubuntu on my laptop and am looking to install the drivers for a wireless card. Do I need a specific one? I have one sitting here, but I don't know if it will work?

    It is a Airlink 101.

    Thanks for your help.

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    Linux Guru Cabhan's Avatar
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    Jan 2005
    Seattle, WA, USA

    After checking winter's link, it looks like your card may in fact be supported. So try that first.

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    Ignore him...your card has native linux drivers located here.

    There pritty easy to install and support all the advance features.

    You'll need to get the build tools for ubuntu along with the sharutils and kernel source which should be easy to get with apt-get.

    once you done that downloaded madwifi and follow instructions in the read me

    They worked for me and id recomed it over ndiswraper since native drivers are better and more stable
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