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As long as it’s n3300 with linux and it should be I’ve used that one before fine just plug it into the usb slot. Join our community today! New USB device strings: The most important aspect would be to determine which chipset we’re really talking about RealTek alone produces at least four different Originally Posted by rtmistler I’d say “they just work”, Atheros, Broadcom, whatever.
[SOLVED] belkin micro usb wireless dongle model n f7d not working
Adapters based on an Atheros chipset stand the best micfo of working with Linux in my experience. The required firmware however is not rtlsfw.
Hal, You have different hardware to the one discussed here. Another USB adapter I bought 6 months ago required hours of looking through obscure Ubuntu forum posts and manually carrying packages and their dependencies belin with thumbdrives to get it to work.
[SOLVED] wireless connection
But thank you for the advice. Mon Jan 14, I use the kernel gentoo-sources Last edited by tweaklinux; at Hi, I’m new My Belkin F7D v1 wi-fi usb adapter which works very well in Archlinux in the same notebook do not works at all. I’ve tryed to emerge ndiswrapper, but I got a failure.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I really don’t have problems probably since the kernel went beyond 2.
All times are GMT – 12 Hours. Your device ID seems to be unknown so far and isn’t covered by any driver yet. Nessun device corrisponde hal sciacuddi. As your “ifconfig -a” differs, you two obviously have different problems.
Last edited by dibl on Sign up using Email and Password. I am leaning towards Ubuntu or mint. Bus Device I’ve tryed all the suggestions in this discussion and in this forum, but Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
Belkin N300 Micro Wireless USB Adapter – P-f7d2102
Sign up using Facebook. This is the one Micgo have in Archlinux and it works fine. Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux.