All times are GMT But I’m having a teensy problem doing step one. The network connection should be made automatically every time you insert the device. If someone knows an easier version of linux to get it configured, please let me know? Visit the following links: Can’t seem to find a way though to get it to recognise the wireless Netgear MA
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But, I got it to work with Mepis pretty easily.
Netgear MA111 in linux? (USB 802.11b)
Can’t seem to find a way though to get it to recognise the wireless Netgear MA But I’m having a teensy problem doing step one. I found a Netgear MA which is perfect because my wifi card crapped out but I can’t seem to find a driver for ma11. I don’t use a wireless AP or router – I simply connect lunux in an ad-hoc manner, but the instructions below are specific to this. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. View LQ Wiki Contributions.
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You will find this package on the install cd. Find the package manager and try and install ndiswrapper and if you have any problems try and be as accurate as possible if there are any errors.
It is as simple as inserting the CD and clicking on the box that appears on your Ubuntu desktop to do this. The time now is After a few seconds an icon appeared on screen saying Wireless Network Available.
Check driver is loaded First, plug in your MA USB wireless card and see if it is detected and the appropriate modules are loaded. If you pick a distro on cd you may not find ndiswrapper on the cd but most distros on dvd have the ndiswrapper.
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I just tried typing su lspci and it asked my password then said unknown id? If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! There are apparently two versions of the card floating around, this method will work only with the v1 or no version number of the Netgear MA card.
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Netgear Wireless USB Adapter (MA) on Debian Linux – Debian
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Some distros are easier to setup some of the wireless cards but you need a card that will work with a propritary linux driver. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.