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    Setting up a Wireless Network (Belkin54g)


    Any1 got a guide n how to do this from scratch :/

    Need to connect to my wireless network so i can use internet on Linux PC >_<

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    What kind of Belkin?

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    802.11g i think.

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    802.11g i think.

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    Ndiswrapper might be a good idea (worked for me). Check this for more info:
    http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/m....php/Main_Page
    Stumbling around the 'net:
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeCuz
    802.11g i think.
    That is a wireless standard. I'm asking for a model number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeCuz
    802.11g i think.
    That is a wireless standard. I'm asking for a model number.
    hehe laker it is supported by ndiswrapper we found it on the matrix last light on irc http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/m...dex.php/List#B
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    i've used three different belkin 54g products w/ a variety of belkin drivers over ndiswrapper and they have all worked fine.

    just google your card's chipset to find out what works with it.

    it's not the best card in the world, but it will definately work if you spend a little time at it.

    which card do you have?

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