I found the following entry driverloader: Find More Posts by Psionman. Aman on Hi guys I installed the driver for WG on linux everything went fine till the last step. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. BTW, I’m also running the linuxant drivers, with my mandrake 9. Community Home Community Browser:

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In which directory the file is installed on XP? Use the uberlong hex instead I haven’t done any real performance tests yet with this Windows driver running on Linux. Step 1 was to plug my Thinkpad into a wired port.


I installed drivers on windows but in the drivers folder there was only WICB. Nothing happened when I insert the card. This has just installed everything for ndiswrapper and its GUI front end ndisgtk. Any chance netgear wg linux someone helping us new linux users by writing a step by step kids book about installing this PCMCIA card?


Oh how I feel like the newb that I am. Submitted comments will be subject llnux moderation before being displayed. Of course, the whole point of going with Petra on It worked amazingly well.

NetGear WG511 on Linux

Any chance of someone helping us new linux users by writing a step by step kids book about installing this PCMCIA card? Can’t you just set the key directly with iwconfig?

However the link has nefgear been very reliabale. You must use netgear wg linux, proprietary 1. Any idead how to specify key in linuxant. Distro Ubuntu Development Release.

It must have been some character limit. Any help would be great Aman. Keith on I have a key assigned to access my wireless router.

From the command line netgear wg linux but make sure the path matches the one you found in the previous step and remember to use the Netgear wg linux path. BB code is On. Hi, My previous post about the WG got cut off.


Now there is a official native linux driver look at http: If it is, you may be missing the firmware for the card, so get it from the second link and install it.

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Getting Netgear WG511 802.11b/g wireless card to work in Linux

Go back 1 folder, then navigate to the ndisgtk folder Double-click negtear the ndisgtk file to begin its installation. You will find 2 folders there that we will be using: What are you stuck on?

OK I applied the path from prism Double-click on the ndiswrapper-common file first to begin its installation.