There is the link. In fact, this reply is posted courtesy of said network adapter. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Posted October 7, Posted August 3,
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If this is an N device and you require N speeds, I suggest you search this forum for rtsta and N. I have a Dell Vostro mini tower.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. How satisfied are you with this response? I’m new to Linux and have been trying to get my Belkin usb wireless adapter to work with Linux Mint 8. This can be easily fixed with an addition to the blacklist file. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
With just one click you can update the driver as well as the rest of the drivers in your system, such as: If your question has already been posted before even if not by youplease make sure to read the other post before posting. Please insert the device and run and post: The release date of the drivers: This site in other languages x. Posted November 25, I really like the look and feel of the OS and I would love using it. Originally Posted by chili I’ve tried so hard to get this to work and nothing seems to be working.
[SOLVED] Belkin F5D USB adapter
January 24th, 3. We want to avoid legal trouble, so please don’t share links like this in posts or comments. Last Jump to page: I’ve been trying all week to get wireless internet working on my system. After much frustration of finding out that for whatever reason the RT73 drivers mentioned here were not working enough to be usable at its best point anyway with the wireless in my mf, and finding out about the pitfalls behind my old Linksys WMP54g yeah, the ‘bad’ one, coincidentally super-non-functional as wellI am estatic about this.
Posted November 19, You get the idea. Just installed Kalyway 5. January 22nd, 2.
Thank you very much! Can any one help with this, i have been looking on the net all day and i can’t find anything Now add a new Ethernet account by clicking on the plus sign in the bottom left of the Network system preference.
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Posted October 7, Open terminal and run “sudo -s” without the quotation marks. January 16th, 1. This is bumming me out! April 27th, 7.
Any Help would be appreciated. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I have followed the step-by-step instructions in this forum and nothing seems to work.