Trying to make Cisco/Linksys WUSB600N wireless ethernet work with Lucid

sdavmor sdavmor at
Thu Jun 3 22:59:49 UTC 2010

On 06/03/2010 03:37 PM, Karl Larsen wrote:
> On 06/03/2010 04:10 PM, sdavmor wrote:
>> I inherited a Dell Dimension 4100 laptop. After adding ram to
>> bring it to 1gb it works quite nicely with XP. But I'd like it to
>> work with Ubuntu. So I partitioned the hard drive and installed
>> Karmic Ubuntu Remix. So far so good (other than I want to get rid
>> of the "remix" desktop). The 3com wired LAN works straight out of
>> the box. But my Cisco/Linksys USB wireless LAN doesn't (it works
>> with XP using the provided drivers CD). So I've upgraded to
>> Lucid. But I still have no wireless joy.
>> I looked at Apparently under the hood
>> it's a Ralink rt2800usb, and is classified as not yet working. So
>> my next move will be to try ndiswrapper. Has anyone had
>> experience of making this approach work with Lucid? Even if not
>> with this particular model USB ethernet. And if so, some
>> practical tips would be appreciated. I'll be happy to run any
>> commands here and provide any requested output to help move this
>> along.
> it is a: AGP 2.0 video card (4X or 2X; see manufacturer's
> specifications for information about the card and any utilities and
> drivers included)
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
So Google yourself to verify your mini-Tower does have this video card.
> I think Ubuntu can use this very common video card.

Karl, this is video on a minio-tower. It has nothing to do with my USB
wireless problem on a laptop question. You must have responded to the
wrong thread.
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