So it is possible that you may be able to use them instead. It seems it was already solved here – it will work for raspbian too. If you choose to use the drivers included on the CD, be sure to use the XP drivers. If it’s going to heat up, this test will reveal how it’ll hold up, which is yet to be determined. Now, just reboot your machine and test it out.
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I hope it works for you too. If you get stuck along the way, these pages may be able to help you too: I had forgotten that the Belkin adapter that I have did not work, during previous trials of the OS. After fighting with it for several hours, I finally was able to make it work.
Now just hoping belkln Hauppage TV card works from the get-go Thanks a bunch guys Now you can install the downloaded drivers with ndiswrapper change directory to the extracted driver folder:.
As well as checking if it shows up as a usb device as Nick recommended, I would also check Network Connections to check that it’s showing up there too, in case it’s only recognised as a usb device.
I’ve been running for about 6 days now and didn’t have any trouble with the in-place upgrade.
Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt?
If all goes llnux, the wireless adapter should now be enabled. Until now, I have always used a wired Ethernet connection on my computer.
Thank you everyone, and thank you for that link, JohnC. Which leads to slow or broken connections. Sign up using Email and Password.
(SOLVED)Belkin, N DB, wireless USB adapter, 64 bit, model F9Lv2
Am glad that after a year, you’ve found a resolution that works, for now anyway. First, execute the following in order to generate the ndiswrapper configuration:. Beklin it’s going to heat up, this test will reveal how it’ll hold up, which is yet to be determined. I’ve forgotten my password. Post as a guest Name.
Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Got it up, and running. Edited by bmike1, 29 January – Alexey Vesnin 7 I will try to list the various useful resources at the end, but I may forget some of them.
I have heard that Linux and wireless networking is always a pplay, but have never dealt with it until now.
wireless – How can I get a Belkin N DB (F9Lv1) to work on Ubuntu Bit – Ask Ubuntu
I did a backup of my system, and then went through with the in-place upgrade. If someone could please throw out some suggestions, I would really aprreciate it.
You currently have belkih disabled. Posted 21 May – Still doesn’t work plug and play I don’t have any indicating lights on the usb stick when it’s installed Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next. Tex Administrator Super Villain Posts: The drivers on the CD may work; I tried them, but didn’t try all of the steps below.
As this Topic is over a year old, an answer as to what fixed the issue would be beneficial to the community. Uninstall the built-in ndiswrapper and clean up any configuration you previously had:.
Extract the included drivers: