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Old 10-27-2005, 01:11 PM   #1
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wg511Tv2 (made in China) on ubuntu linux

Need help with NETGEAR wg511Tv2 (made in China) on ubuntu linux
IBM ThnkPad a21e

Driver - install?

Old 10-29-2005, 06:29 PM   #2
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This might help. I am not familiar with that model number. Is it usb or pcmcia?
If it uses prism54 drivers then check out . They are making big changes. They might be able to help you. Email them for help.

Here is a link on wg511 v2 I have done.

Post output of the followning commands. Requires root access?
/sbin/cardctl status
/sbin/cardctl ident
/sbin/cardctl info

If all else fails look into using ndiswrapper

Hope this helps.


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