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WUSB300N & Linux

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by Prawnz, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. Prawnz

    Prawnz LI Guru Member

    Will these 2 work together? Anyone tried installing WUSB300N into a linux box?
     
  2. fcnorman

    fcnorman Guest

    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.
     
  3. just4priya

    just4priya Guest

    Wusb300n

    Is driver available for a combination of WUSB300N and debian OS??
     
  4. HennieM

    HennieM Network Guru Member

    Not sure, but you could probably get it working with ndiswrapper.
     
  5. Shaldares

    Shaldares Addicted to LI Member

    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?
     
  6. HennieM

    HennieM Network Guru Member

    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.
     

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