Ubuntu-us-md Digest, Vol 8, Issue 1
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Wed Dec 5 16:34:57 GMT 2007
Is the general opinion within the Ubuntu Community NOT to use NDIS wrapper
scripts? I recently bought a Netgear 802.11n USB wifi adapter with an
external stand. Since I am not primarily on Ubuntu all the time, Xandros
Desktop Linux picked it up without any issue and asked for the .inf file,
which was provided on the install CDROM.
I know Linux purists might not like this, but for now, until we get native
drivers built on Linux, I do not mind using ndis-wrapper scripts. At lease
for my desktop it works great and it worked right out of the box and I did
not have to short list any particular chipset or protocols.
Rajiv G Gunja
On Dec 3, 2007 11:48 AM, Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com> wrote:
> I don't know the chipset. It is a Belkin clone and the Ativa model is
> AWGUA54. I believe Ubuntu uses an IEEEE driver for it but as I said in
> my earlier email it works out of the box with Ubuntu Gutsy. Also, if by
> chance it does not work, you can return it to Office Depot in 14 days
> for a full refund.
> Brian Kemp wrote:
> > Ron Swift wrote:
> >> I found a wireless device at Office Depot that works out of the box
> >> Ubuntu Gutsy. It is the Ativa wireless G usb adapter that comes with a
> >> stand. It shows as a Belkin product when you run the lsusb command. I
> >> have it configured with WPA encryption and connectivity is quite good.
> >> It cost $37.99.
> > Do you know the chipset? I have a CNet CWC-854 PC Card, which has
> > firmware. Since I'm running Gobuntu, that's not acceptable.
> > Thanks for finding a card I could theoretically grab tonight. :)
> > --BK
> Ronald Swift
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