All times are GMT Once you have them installed, you can follow this: Cell 01 – Address: I explain how to do in a step by step guide in my wiki page: However, the results that are supposed to be show are: Establish alias with following command:
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Since the bcmwl5 driver is already loaded, you may have to remove it first and then reinstall: If you want to use ndiswrapper, process using the install cd for the Belkin is as follows: I’m sure someone with the beklin device will happen along and appreciate your post, but I wouldn’t expect the OP to still be looking for the answer.
I have tried several locations downloading the inf, also tried the one on the Windows driver CD that was boxed with it. Click wireless connection, then click activate. Visit the following links: Yeah, I know it’s quite old but i have been cruising the forums for help with this card for the last few weeks, I haven’t really used message boards much in the past so I didn’t realise it would be much of a problem, I just thought It might help anyone who had the same problem and needed a resolution.
Now issue the following commands: Join Date Aug Posts Ndiswrapper was already at the bottom bcmw5 the aforementioned list.
Bug # “belkin wireless card eth1 disappear if I install bc” : Bugs : Ubuntu
Ok, did the remainder of the steps, no errors encountered, restarted, but still so internet, and still the same results when I run ndiswrapper -l.: Check the Help Files, then come here to ask! I think I got it correct up to the part of installing the driver, but I don’t know how to set it up after that. Really some good post’s, some I tried that did not work, one I tried and appeared like it did work. Is there a tool to blank a CDRW in there somewhere?
Then try the burn again.
The Belkin F5D is listed as an RT compatable card, and should be automatically detected and installed by Breezy. Alright, I’ve successfully installed Ndiswrapper I think – at least the ndiswrapper commands are being recognised now.
Belkin F5D7000 rev03
Please burn it to a CDR and mark it with a Sharpie: Email me about changes to this bug report. Have you tried obtaining firmware for bcm43xx yet? Belkin Wireless desktop card 54g. Recently installed the same card.
WifiDocs/Device/F5D – Community Help Wiki
Started to write the disc in real write mode. I’ve followed the tutorial to the point where I need to enter “ndiswrapper -l” to confirm it’s worked. Belkin F5D Wireless Desktop Card I spent the better part of two days in these forums looking at and trying info provided in my search for “Belkin” in these forums. If you’d like to contribute content, let us belmin. Join our community today!
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I installed ndiswrapper, then: Attempting to enable the driver wasn’t possible, I’m guessing since it relies on bfwcutter. This is a step by step about what I did with “sudo”: Ok, I’ll give eblkin a try – but shouldn’t I be able to at least see the network anyway?
If you have to use another machine to download blekin, transfer them to your Ubuntu machine. But it was not sucessful again. If you need to reset your password, click here. Simon Ruggier simon80 wrote on Try iwconfig and see what it tells you.