I found that my USB-WiFi (Prism2) device should have the driver "ru010803.hex".
I have Netgear MA111v1 and this is built on Prism2.
Must I install this driver every time plug in the USB device or boot the system ?
Is the Netgear MA111v1 store the driver in flash or not...?
The main question is: Do I need the DEB package linux-wlan-ng-firmware ?
Originally Posted by uffe2
Is the Netgear MA111v1 USB/WiFi required a downloaded firmware every time I start my Debian AMD64 system (or put in the USB-stick) and use the Debian package "linux-wlan-ng-firmware" ?
I have installed the Debian package linux-wlan-ng-firmware already,
but I am not sure if I need or not.
As I understand, the linux-wlan-ng-firmware is just a loader for the firmware, but is not including any firmware for any WiFi/USB stick
If I need to download a firmware to the USB-stick, where could I found the firmware ?