Having a problem logging in? Why don’t you want network manager to handle it? Works great, but limited to 54Mbps. The Wireless Networking help page is a good start, but no help because it is not specific enough when the problem diverges from the text. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.

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That’s why drives which you can get are for the old kernels and haven’t been updated then. The fault seems to be related to an error in loading the firmware which is present in the hotplug firmware folder. Anything is fair game.

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Might ask this on a new post. Connection speed average is slow and fluctuates. To post a comment you must log in. On Feisty, requires linux-restricted-modules. Failed to construct signal May 22 Email Required, but never shown. November 20th, 5. November 20th, 8.


If you have recently bought a D-Link Wireless Adapter DWA for your Linux machine and wondering how to get it working, this article might help you get started.

November 20th, 6. I’ve gone thru all of the posts on this problem, but the problem is that each one leads to a dead end at some point in the coding, and I can’t figure out how to proceed.

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Changed in linux Ubuntu: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. We are going to create a zip document that I and others can examine to find out why this won’t spring to life.

Please add a comment to what you had to do to get it to work if this was possible, as well as a URL to an outstanding Launchpad bug report to address the issues encountered. First, we need to know the usb. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Download Windows XP driver from D-Linkinstall ndiswrapper and ndisgtk, add windows driver, should work after reboot.


Installed on 1 days ago InstallationMedia: Is this the way to go about it?

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I’ll try changing timeout and see if it works. Permissions To run the commands described here, you need to have sudo access.

Index of /pub/Wireless/DWA-125/Drivers/rev.A/Linux

Leave a Ubntu Cancel reply. I then run “sudo make”, and it runs, but with error messages. Adapter is detected by system, but there is no scan results present. Not supported by D-Link, but installing the drivers found at https: