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The time now is Originally Posted by Archy It doesn’t worked for me. Note also, I think the best name to use for the firmware file is “islpci”, not just “isl”.

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July 17th, 9. Now that’s just messy! For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. June 28th, 1.

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The firmware is also available in the package linux-firmware-nonfree. No renaming or moving is needed, it installs where it’s needed. HC XG 54mbps July 17th, Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I didn’t mention it, but to add tagsjust click the “edit tags” text on the very bottom right 2wirre of all the list of current thread posts displayed. Originally Posted by chili June 28th, 2. June 30th, 6. July 17th, 8.


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To see why it might be useful, click on a few tags and see what comes up in terms of results. You can get wireless working without having to be wired first! June 28th, 4.

This is an advantage if you don’t have a convenient way to connect the offending non-wireless computer directly to your modem or router with an Ethernet cable and download the firmware file directly to the system that needs it to be daapter. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. June 28th, 3.

Tags for this Thread 2wire wireless pc cardm4y-xg I’m going to edit my first post to reflect this change.

In some cases, I have found it easier to use and more successful at finding very relevant answers than Google, or the forum search feature. Here’s a link to a product image and Windows drivers download page just to be thoroughbut these should not be needed, as will be explained below: Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. The output from the “lspci” command typed in Terminal gave me a list of lines of output, including this line, which got me going in the right direction: Results 1 to 10 of July 1st, 7.


June 30th, 5. Otherwise, even if it does work properly, you may notice an error message displayed for a moment during the boot process. I searched for a long time and found no reference to success elsewhere, so I’m adding it here, with tags to help searches find this thread.