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I’d like to try to keep this report up-to-date at least for the upcoming Intrepid Ibex 8. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. 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. There has to be something wrong with either the drivers or the usb port because the adapter can’t find any available networks. Any suggestions as to which pcmcia adapter would be the easiest to install and setup in linux? Sorry I’m responding so slowly, havn’t had time to get on my computer for a few days. Originally Posted by 7trek.

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If so please let someone upstream know about this I have provided a ndiswrapper howto for the public with issues with this card: I’ve listed some additional details about my configuration below.

Closing linux-wlan-ng task since wirfless is not a prism2 device. I have provided a lsusb -vvv and the original windows drivers and strings that are in the drivers that prove that the card is indeed Prism based.

[ubuntu] Linux newbie, need help setting up 2WIRE g Wireless USB Adapter

It has prism nitro mode with the standard driver. Kernel team bugs Find More Posts by alan I’ve tried issuing the usbview command from the terminal but it hangs every time wirwless I have to close the terminal window.


See full activity log. Can someone test this against the current alpha of Lucid? Accidentally posted eth1 instead of wlan0 in the command above.

Its a re-branded unknown usb device that all they did was change the device id, these drivers work for the card, all I do is change the device id to match so it loads:. Your wrong, it is actually linuz Z-Com prism2 device, I can go in winblows and load any prism2 driver after changing “just the usb device id” in the drivers and any of the prism devices load, imagine that.

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However to this point it’s always remained solid. Last edited by Brian1; at Please also provide apport output to this bug and test against the mainline kernel build to verify whether this is upstream. Its sireless re-branded unknown usb device that all they did was change the device wirelesss, these drivers work for the card, all I do is change the device id to match so it loads: Module Size Used by December 6th, It must match exact.


Last edited by 7trek; at The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2. Linux newbie, need help setting up 2WIRE Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. November 27th, 3. The time now is Re-marking Prism as invalid. wireoess

2Wire 802.11G USB Wireless LAN Card v2

The correct command is ‘ iwlist wlan0 scan ‘ for your interface. You should be able to test via a LiveCD – http: Ok, apparently the pc and usb device are communicating successfully since the ifconfing -a command displays the correct MAC address for the usb device. The time now is Notify me of new comments via email.

There is a light on the usb adapter that I think is supposed to blink when it’s communicating with the pc or network. You can leave a responseor trackback from your own site.