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This is the help about how to install the driver for WUSB54GS in Slackware based on the Ubunto help: This can be done is 4 steps: note: Don't plug the ...
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- 02-18-2007 #1
Linksys WUSB54GS driver under Slackware
This is the help about how to install the driver for WUSB54GS in Slackware based on the Ubunto help:
This can be done is 4 steps:
note: Don't plug the device until the end of these steps
4)Install the driver.
Download the ndiswrapper from http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=93482
extact the package and build it.
tar -xvf ndiswrapper-1.37.tar.gz
the final command it's to enable load of ndiswrapper on boot of the kernel
download unshiel from:
unshield x DATA1.CAB
unshield x DATA2.CAB
from the 2Kdriver you'll find the two files copy them using:
cp usb8023.sys /etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gsv2/
cp rndismp.sys /etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gsv2/
if the folder /etc/ndiswrapper doesn't exist yet so make it.
download the driver from:
it depends on the version of your wireless usb!!!
unzip WUSB54GSv2_v220.127.116.11.exe (version of the downloaded file)
ndiswrapper -i WUSB54GS.inf
if something goes wrong please refer to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=225206.
hope this help.
- 02-18-2007 #2
It doesnt work.
The link to F5D7051.exe does not work.
I managed to find the file, and it does not have:
usb8023.sys and rndismp.sys
it does have however in the 2kdriver folder two files named:
usb8023k.sys and rndismpk.sys <----- Note the K at the end of each file.
When I first copied those two files to their directory, I copied them without making the directory first. (etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gv2/ )
I continued on with the installation and got all kinds of errors. I then fixed the directory (etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gv2/ ) and put the two files in the right directory. I then did ndiswrapper-1 WUSB54GS.inf and it installed, but then i did ndiswrapper -l and got an invalid driver error.
I think it is a matter of putting all the files in the proper places before installation, like the ubuntu forum using the folder "my drivers" to work from. I am new to the linux folder structure and I do not know what does not belong. For example: In windows xp I know on C there are supposed to be at least 3 folders:
Documents and Settings
For Linux I have no idea what is going on yet and what things need to look like. All I know is after I tried installing this and other programs I had files scattered all over the place. So I just decided to reinstall slackware in order to start fresh and to address the issue with my partitions. On the first installation I assigned hda3 to /usr/local/ instead of just /usr.
- 02-20-2007 #3
I didn't understand what is your problem exactly?
but if you follow what i wrote i think should works(based on ubunto but little bit different.you should make a directory in etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gsv2/
code: mkdir etc/ndiswrapper/wusb54gsv2/
- 02-21-2007 #4
- 05-11-2007 #5
To whom it may concern... I have not found a fix for this problem yet. I now use ubuntu and it still does not work with that either.
- 05-11-2007 #6
You did not post any thread since 3 months, Did you try to follow the Ubuntu help for linksys it worked to my friend so what is the problem in your case ?
- 05-11-2007 #7
I just havent really tried looking into it do avoid dissapointment I guess, Since you said it worked for your friend I will give it a try.
- 05-11-2007 #8
Ubuntu is a very nice Distribution. so please inform me about any news.