It contains an updated compat wireless stack which may help. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Look for “RT61”, D-Link product name is not mentioned. To post a comment you must log in. So it seems like it’s still a bug. Unless you can confirm the card will work with madwifi I’d use ndiswrapper.

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According to this wiki page: Have one working in a Mythbuntu box, One in a Linux Mint box. Works with Knetworkmanager on WPA. Having a problem logging in?

Don’t waste your energy trying to change opinions Once I fixed these, the wireless started working. So I downloaded the latest compat-wireless stack from the site you provided, which was compat- wireless- Apparently there were two non-kernel-related problems.


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Visit the following links: Works by plugging it in on a fresh install of dwl-52. Windows drivers solve the fluctuation, but there are eventual system freezing with ndiswrapper.

D-Link DWL-G+ Wireless PCI card on Ubuntu LTS (Dapper Drake) – Phil Bull

None, the status of the bug is updated manually. Has dwl520 with Natty amd If you need to reset your password, click here. I restarted, and reinstalled ath5k through compat- wireless- 27, and restarted again. Works out of the box in Karmic, Precise. Full details on getting this card working in Ubuntu are here and here.

Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver

To get this card to work, follow the following tutorial: I also have wireless cards that I use when I am repairing computers and need to get on line and they do some downloading or scanning. Transfer rate from shared hard drive 1. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.


Unless you can confirm the card will work with madwifi I’d use ndiswrapper. After troubleshooting, I found that the proprietary madwifi drivers were left out of Karmic in favor of the ath5k drivers.

Reported conflicts with driver rt August 30th, 2. That should make the card work. Since yours isn’t ddwl-520 I’m going to assume it’s the ath5k based one.

Wireless still isn’t working.

Works with ndiswrapper and WinXP driver from manufacturer’s website. To post a comment you dwl-502 log in. August 30th, 3. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker From the upstream bug: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.