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    DLINK DWL-G650 Wireless Working


    I followed the steps in several HOW-TO's with success in only one.
    NDISWRAPPER

    The madwifi wasn't helpful for me. It simply failed to install or compile for whatever reason so I decided to do some homework and found the atheros chips are in the B4 rev of the card I have, DWL-G650 and the windows .inf driver file works with ndiswrapper.

    I had to tweak a few things and it's still not coming up when I boot up, I found where there's eth0 trying to get an IP address, but since the cable was unplugged it couldn't, but I used that info to tell it to get one for wlan0 and up it came.

    The card seems to act a little differently, and I can't truly monitor the card unless I run X, but it does work under SLACKWARE 10, kernel 2.4.29
    Thanks to eveyrone that wrote the HOW-TO's and that assisted me in the kernel recompile and down to the last little snippit of code!

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    ??

    So far it's up, but every few minutes the card goes down, then in about two to three minures comes back up. Somewhat annoying that I can't get a connection for more than 5 minutes at a time.
    Anyone with suggestions?
    I'm watching the logs and still searching.

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    Hey I have the same card but have had no luck anywhere trying to install it, is there any chance you could post a copy of the intructions here so i can see them because i cant find them on that site. Thanks in advance.

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    Here are the instructions to configure your card using NDISWRAPPER :
    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/lin...ork-linux.html

    But it should work using MADWIFI too :
    http://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibility#DWLG650

    Instructions for MADWIFI are avalaible here :
    http://madwifi.org/wiki/UserDocs
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