Check out the FAQ! Results 1 to 10 of Might be a problem with WinPcap. The teej Replied on August 28, Just a heads up, exe are for windows, and usually we won’t be installing windows drivers in Ubuntu, unless you have to use the windows driver to get your wireless internet enabled, but that’s only for cards where you can’t get a good Linux driver, and it’s done using an interface called ndiswrapper. Tell us about your experience with our site.
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Just to let the community know that Linksys AE is working flawlessly as in Windows.
In reply to Michael Dong’s post on August 28, You are my life saver! So, a search of here and Ubuntuforums yielded this link: Extremely helpful step-by-step directions.
Netwwork Replied on December 10, Answers Answers and Comments. Might be a problem with WinPcap. Trabicki Replied on December 17, By doing this I was able to get around solid 3.
It doesn’t look like Cisco cares about supporting Linux on that specific device: Linksys Rndis Network Adapter 2 driver installation manager was reported as very satisfying by a large percentage of our reporters, so it is recommended to download and install. July 18th, 3.
July 19th, 7. Bus Device In reply to CharlieBF’s post on August 31, As a side note the source code he refers to is everything in the “driver” directory of the avapter tar.
This option requires no OS understanding. I’m a software reviewer and I need to install and uninstall too many programs every time. Linksys Rndis Network Adapter 2 2. Go to the linksys page and download the drivers for xp, then follow ntework instructions from Lukashka specially if you are using Ubuntu 64bits.
Worked like a charm. In reply to The teej’s post on August 28, This thread is locked. CharlieBF Adaptef on October 1, Reasons for your score: I recommend this discussion Can you suggest how exactly you were able to replace the driver please as at the moment I am stuck connecting as G when I am used to having a very clean N connection.
Some companies Intel put extra effort into making sure their hardware works under Linux sometimes before Windows drivers are released; the members of their development teams I’ve talked with have been excited to support Linux.
July 18th, adapteg. I could be wrong, but I think this means whoever wrote these. I was having the same issues and was able to change drivers, see the 5Ghz band, etc.