Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux. Visit the following links: But, so far, so good! Works under Ubuntu 6. I am embarrassed to admit, but I am not sure how I would tell that.

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Slackware, RedHat, Debian Posts: For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Wikipedia article on kernel oops with a cursory explanation of why they are bad: Wifi Adapter D-Link DWA i was trying to research what a good wireless PCI card would be because i am going to move my computer but it will be to far from my router to use an Ethernet cable and i heard that this card is compatible with Ubuntu and works right out of the box is this true or if not what should i do to get it to work or should i just get a different PCI router card the card is a D-Link DWA i am new to Ubuntu and i just started using it like yesterday, so try to be as detailed as possible when telling me what to do because i might not understand it.

If you need to reset your password, click here. In particular, I don’t know the correct way to set up a roaming network interface. Yes, comes with a low-profile bracket, detachable external cable and antenna.


Compatibility/D-Link – – Trac

December 9th, 5. It’s tough to roll them all back out and start over. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I do get n in windows, but strangely enough even using the 32 bit windows driver in ndiswrapper with a 32 bit kernel doesn’t get me n speeds, so you’re probably better off sticking with madwifi.

DLink DWA (Atheros AR) on 64bit Linux

Various different versions are available see below. I have an AR and a router with the chipset linuc as well. Visit the Trac open source project at http: Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux.

As for knetwork manager, I’m not exactly sure how it fits in the picture though I’m not saying it doesn’t. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.

D-Link DWA-552 rev A3

There should be some way to have something like this run automatically, but this is distribution-specific. I have it running perfectly, and dwa-55 don’t really understand the rationale behind it all.


It works on Fedora Core 3 using compiled linuc from repo http: A regular user doesn’t have permission to access the socket of a running wpasupplicant. The lspci shows dw-552 All times are GMT I haven’t tested how stable it is yet. It is however supported in the pre-release which can be downloaded via subversion. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

The good news on that front though is that Atheros has decided to stop being part of the problem and has actually hired an ath5k developer with the intent of seeing all their hardware supported in Linux http: December 11th, Linux Power User Bundle. BB code is On.

The debian package didn’t work because it used a January snapshot. I am embarrassed to admit, but I am not sure how I would tell that.