Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Prawnz, Nov 26, 2006.
Will these 2 work together? Anyone tried installing WUSB300N into a linux box?
WUSB300N and Linux
I have tried it. As of 11/10/2007, it doesn't work. Linksys is still mum about when it may release a Linux driver for the WUSB300N.
Is driver available for a combination of WUSB300N and debian OS??
Not sure, but you could probably get it working with ndiswrapper.
Pardon me, but I am very new to Linux period. I am currently running Kubuntu, which is a beta variant of Ubuntu. Do you know if this would work with this distro as well? And if so, how do I use this?
Kubuntu is just Ubuntu with the KDE desktop environment. It's not a beta of Ubuntu. Ndiswrapper will work with any distro in principle.
To find out how to use it, I suggest you google a bit for something like "ndiswrapper howto". Basically, ndiswrapper wraps around the Windoze drivers, and makes them emulate a Linux driver. You don't get everything (like the very low level monitor stuff etc.), but you get everything to make your adapter work for normal circumstances.