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    I have a netgear wna 1100 wireless adapter. So far I have been unable to find the correct driver for the device.
    The id number is 0846:9030

    does anyone know the correct driver?

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    Linux Guru reed9's Avatar
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    There's a relatively new linux driver for the card.

    If you're running Ubuntu, there's a relatively simple way to get the driver. Otherwise, AFAIK, you'll need to build the latest compat-wireless yourself.

    Actually, it looks like it should be in the kernel since 2.6.35. What distro are you running?

    Otherwise, ndiswrapper and the windows xp driver might work.

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