Works OK with ndiswrapper 1. By far the most common question that comes with people who are new to DSL is, “Will my wireless card work? I installed all the drivers and followed the manual etc, but when I put it in my laptop, I get nothing happening. There is not allways a true! The above driver has a mayor security bug, the newest driver is R

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WLAN CardBus Card no go

Up to 54Mbps dynamic 11b: Works with WinXP driver shipped with the product. Works fine for me too with WEP. Drivers in CD are in. I use this card under ndiswrapper 1.

Upgraded kernel to 2. Full step-by-step posted in forum http: This driver has a bug: Xp Driver From http: Only tested with 1.

300Mbps Wireless-N Wifi Repeater

Works with any later versions of wlaj compiled from source. At testing time, ndiswrapper was out of the testing tree, so I had to compile ndiswrapper from svn or from unstable tree. Up to Mbps dynamic 11g: I use D-Link drivers, and they works fine for me, better than Realtek drivers.


Bookmarks Bookmarks Facebook Twitter Digg del. EXE driver did not work for me. Installed on Debian Sarge with selfcompiled carsbus 0. The time now is Although it works with ndiswrapper Works Perfectly with Ndiswrapper 1.

Windows XP, 2K, or 98 drivers provided on the CD shipped with product, or from Encore website seem to work, for a while anyways. Gentoo Base System version 1. Working fine at 11Mbps, WEP also working.

Tested with Fedora Core 2, Ndiswrapper 0. Tested with Ubuntu 5.

Verified Wireless Cards

If there are 802.111g repeaters or more bigger power repeater, the range will extended further; It complies with the IEEE Shame some people take take take. By far the most common question that comes with people who are new to DSL is, “Will my wireless card work? Tested on Slackware 10 with Ndiswrapper 0.

Wifi Bridge 11G a. One can find this driver by searching the web for the following filenames: Also works with SUSE 9. Results 1 to 8 of 8. It enables low cost and affordable Gigabit Ethernet network connection to desktop, notebook PC, and embedded system using popular USB ports. The long answer is, it may take a little work, but you will be pleased with the results. Successfully tested on Fedora Core 5.


I am running Gentoo Linux with kernel 2.