The first time I thought because of capiltalization so I did it the second time and the result was the same. Microsoft Joliet Level 3 [ This was of great help. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Worked like a charm. This dongle is from so there should be built-in driver in the kernel you’re reporting a linux kernel version 3. It returned a response stating:

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Enter it, and you should soon be connected! I did notice earlier that the version 4 files on my Linksys CD are not all exactly the same as the files you stated; my files are as follows: I point it to the location of that ,inux by browsing but it cannot find it and says it is looking to do this rtusb. I am having the same trouble as Matt.

Linksys WUSB54GC v1

Last edited by WhatAhassle; at Then again perhaps I just made a simple mistake in the previous steps that is glaringly obvious to you right away, but perhaps that is just lniux a little too hopeful.


Matt, Not sure—you might try the Ubuntu forums on that one. Dave, Do you have any suggestions? Operation not permitted followed by: Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Thanks for the quick response, I did in fact receive your suggestion the day after you wrote it but simply have not had the time yet to write back.

Leave a reply Cancel reply Comment. Sometimes the adapter is acknowledged by the Network Manager and other times it is not.

Using the Linksys WUSB54G (v1 or v4) With Ubuntu Gutsy

Sigg, I have a desktop. Then type ndiswrapper -l You should see output that looks like this for version 1: Visit the following links: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

My problem I need access to the internet. Caravel Just thought I’d let you know that I did unplug and waited for 10 seconds and plugged back in the usb Linksys wireless adapter and typed in the following as the results are shown below: Thanks for any help.

[ubuntu] *NATIVE* WUSB54G drivers

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Can someone please respond in a timely manner? Brian, I have the same problem adapter is v4. Originally Posted by Sigg3.

Having a problem logging in? Forgot intro linsys thanking Sigg. You can determine the version by looking on the bottom of the adapter. All times are GMT You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. I then proceeded with the “ifconfig -a” again without the quotes and below are the results: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you v encouraged to try out things on your own.

Anyway if this is a common neccesity you might think about adding it as a step or something. I tried everything described above, but nothing works. Below is the output from the command “lsusb” without the quotes. Wueb54gc – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.