View Full Version : Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter
23rd November 2003, 03:51 AM
Hey, anyone know how i can get my Linksys Wireless-G network card to work? the model no. is WMP54G...I just installed Fedora today and it makes me mad cos i have to reboot into XP and get the drivers and things i want from the internet and then save to a disk and then reboot back into Fedora...anyone know how i can get it to work, please help
6th December 2003, 03:15 PM
A company named Linuxant (www.linuxant.com) has a product called a driver loaded that will allow you to use your Windows XP wireless card drivers under Linux. You can try it for free for 30 days and pay $20 for an unlimited license. I use it with my Linksys wpc54g card and it will also work with the Linksys wpc11 version 4 card. It is well worth the $20 dollars to have my wireless card working under Linux. The driver loaded is reported to work with just about any wireless card. Under Fedora, for some reason, I must remove and re-insert my wireless card after booting to get it to connect to my Linksys access point. I didn't need to do that under Redhat 9. A minor nuisance. Other than that, it works perfectly. I am not an open source purist. I don't mind having to pay $20 to get my wireless hardware running under Linux. :)
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