Re: D-Link DWL-G650+ Cardbus Adapter support for Linux
I recently bought the same wireless card and it's working.
To use your card you have to have the kernel 2.6.10 (with the sources) and the
madwifi cvs' sources. Firstly, compile your kernel using the normal method
(make xconfig, make modules, make modules_install, .....)
Once you'll 've reboot with your new kernel, go into the madwifi/patche/2.6
and patch your kernel using the install.sh script.
Recompile your kernel including atheros module (into the wireless LAN
It's really quick and easy. Sorry for my bad english skill... :(
Le Jeudi 20 Janvier 2005 23:19, Ognjen Bezanov a écrit :
> Krzysztof Wilk wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am using Toshiba Satellite A50-106 laptop. Currently I use MS
> > Windows XP on this machine. I am planning to install Debian Sarge on
> > this box as soon as it possible.
> > This laptop is equipped with D-Link DWL-G650+ Cardbus Adapter. This
> > model supports both 802.11b and 802.11g wireless communication
> > standards. I know this adapter works pretty well under MS Windows but
> > it is not enough for me.
> > Unfortunately manufacturer does not ship this adapter with Linux
> > drivers. There are no drivers for other operating systems on the web
> > site: <http://www.dlink.com> neither.
> > Is there any happy user of D-Link AirPlus G+ (DWL-G650+) Cardbus
> > adapter here?
> > I have not found a driver for this adapter in recent kernel sources
> > (2.6.10). I could not find any positive information on the Internet
> > using Google either.
> > Thanks in advance for your time and effort.
> > Best,
> > Chris
> Just borrowed a Dlink-DWL650+ from a friend to try out the acx100
> driver, and, in all honestly it works a treat! it only took 10 mins to
> setup, and performs far better then my atmel chipset card (which has a
> nack of locking up my linx system (amazingly), adminttadly there are a
> few bugs here and there, but its usable.