Linux Power User Bundle. Please post the output of Code: Why 5G is out of reach for more people than you think 5G promises to revolutionize mobile, but those super-fast speeds will be hard to get in rural America. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. In the meantime you can check if the device is already ready to use with the commands Code:
ASUS Wl-138g V2 Wireless LAN PCI Adapter Network Card Hackintosh
It will install “Marvell Libertas”. If wl138g, can you describe what happened? Whatever fits the task best Posts: When signing disabled, it also worked strange Are you sure that this is a PCI device and that it is plugged in correctly? Thanks for your reply. Installed the Marvell Libertas but that did not solve the problem.
I can’t see any WLAN device in that output. There is a tab for additional drivers. Vladimir Poddubnyy, May 20, Life in the slow lane: Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
Do you have the latest firmware for it? Dirvers for SMCW 2.
Can somebody please give some advice how to deal with this problem. The drivers will be available in a few weeks. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.
You’ll need to choose a username for oci site, which only take a couple of moments here. Forum seach showed that the issue is in Marvell chip used in it which has no Vista driver.
Antenna Antenna Form Factor. I am very new to Ubuntu can anyone please help?
Wireless LAN PCI Card Asus WLG not recognized/ IEEE g 54 | PC Review
Markus Last edited by markush; at I am using the latest version of Ubuntu. After installation my wireless network card is not recognized. Visit the following links: At first we need to know which wireless chipset this card uses.
In the meantime you can check if the device is already ready to use with the commands Code: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Originally Posted by markush It would be good if you posted the output of Code: Guest, May 29, This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system waln network administrator, trainer and consultant.