Please help me with DWA-120/130 on Wireless Networking

Thinh Hoang Dinh thinhhoangdinh95 at
Sun Apr 5 03:39:24 UTC 2009

You're right! I didn't see the lamp on the device. But I don't think my
device uses Broadcom chipset. I think it uses Atheros chipset.

On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 10:25 AM, GreyGeek <GreyGeek at> wrote:

> Thinh Hoang Dinh wrote:
> > Hello guys,
> > I've spent days to get the wireless working on Kubuntu 9.04 beta, and
> > I'm getting tired of it. I've followed the following steps:
> > 1. Install ndiswrapper and ndiswrapper-utils.
> > 2. ndiswrapper -i AGUx86.inf (AGUx86.inf here is a driver file of
> > DWA-120).
> > 3. ndiswrapper -m.
> > 4. ndiswrapper -l.
> >
> > Everything seems fine, but when I ran iwlist -scanning, I could not
> > find wlan0. Please help me out of this.
> Probably you don't see your wireless lamp on either.
> If your wireless is a broadcom 43xx then install the "b43-fwcutter" app
> from the repository.  It will pull the firmware out of your wireless
> chip and set up  it up.  Reboot and your lamp will come on, and then you
> can probably install the "Network-Manager" widget (if it is not already
> installed) and use it to scan for, locate and configure your wireless.
> GG
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