I’ve followed the steps in this tutorial but instead of downloading and compiling the ndiswrapper source I’ve installed the ones in the Feisty repositories version 1. My local pc shop guru found it for me. I thought Ubuntu and Debian were practically the same thing. First of all we need to install some kernel headers. Download it here http: A full Belkin Pre-N Feisty guide is now available here http: The only problem I have now is that I can’t standby or hibernate with my wireless card enabled.
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Please post links to any drivers you find for any AirGo wifi chipset.
Networkmanager just shows a wired connection, no option with wireless. Last edited by TechDud Post some drivers for the remaining HWID’s if possible, if you like.
I spent so many hours trying to get ndiswrapper to work that I noteboo gave up with Dapper.
No lights are flashing. How do I get the network wep key to be remembered? What do I do now? Anyone know how to fix this?
Belkin F5D8010 Wireless Pre-N Notebook Network Card Windows Drivers
In your terminal again, run: See all 2 new other listings. This item doesn’t belong on this page.
Next up we get to do some compiling! That seems to contain AGN drivers. Hopefully you now have a working wireless card!
Has anyone tried this with Debian? Perhaps Internet Archive might still have some of those old pages, and drivers, archived. Put the card back in, right-click on network manager and enable networking, and see if that helps. It would be good to complete the NT5 DriverPacks.
Belkin Wireless Pre-N Notebook Network Card PC Adapter 802.11x F5D8010
Thanks for the tuts; they work great. Any Condition Any Condition. I’ve followed the steps in this tutorial but instead of downloading and compiling the ndiswrapper source I’ve installed the ones in the Feisty repositories version 1. The Feisty one is 1. One way to deduce is via the original driver. Once that’s all sorted, it’s time to install your driver.
Hello, I was unsuccessful at belkkin Unbuntu any version on an old Dell Inspiron machine so I installed Debian instead. It should now work properly. I have a Pre-N Airgo chip wireless card and am trying to get it nwtwork on Debian but have been unsuccessful.
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The price may be the seller’s own price elsewhere or another seller’s price. I thought Ubuntu and Debian were practically the same thing. I don’t know why, but I haven’t hade any problems since. I know the card is the same, but I don’t know if the frame the card sits in creates some block that requires a different driver.
Did you get a fix on this? The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects or irregularities. If not, I’ll try and figure out how you can get them from another computer at some later date, but you will need some internet notehook for this to work.