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Need Linux Drivers

I need drivers for Damn Small Linux (4.4.10) and/or Puppy Linux (4.1.2 retro) for my Motorola Wu38g usb wireless adapter.

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Sorry to break it up to you but I tried looking for a driver for linux for the motorola wu830g but was unsuccessful but you could try ndiswrapper it didn't work for me though but I was using Ubuntu good luck =)

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Hi the best place to get detailed answers for that are the Ubuntu Forums

http://ubuntuforums.org/

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I tryed to connect on a wireless network with TP-LINK usb Wireless Adapter b/g/n/ on puppy linux


Read http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/linux-usb-wireless-compatibility-adapter-list.html

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Damn Small Linux Guide for survival (Live Linux) CD USB flash


Damn Small Linux is a live linux distribution,
less than 50MB runs completely in memory
and can be booted from a CD-ROM or a USB flash drive.
(Because all the applications are small and light
it makes a very good choice for older hardware.)

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1) How to put Damn Small Linux on the CD

1.a) Download Damn Small Linux
ftp://ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/distributions/damnsmall/current/dsl-4.4.10.iso

1.b) Damn Small Linux is distributed as an ISO image.
It is necessary to burn it to CD
using the option of your program to burn CDs
Burn CD ISO image (Windows - Nero / Burn Image to Disc, for example)


1.c) Then you need to restart your computer.

1.d) Depending on the options your motherboard,
it is necessary when starting
your computer keyboard press:
F8 or F12 or Esc, etc..
Thus you will appear a menu where you choose your CD drive.
After
Damn Small Linux menu comes before you.

2) How to put Damn Small Linux on a USB flash drive

2.a) Download Damn Small Linux
ftp://ibiblio.org/pub/Linux/distributions/damnsmall/current/dsl-4.4.10-embedded.zip

2.b) Format the USB flash drive in the FAT32 filesystem. (Windows)
(MyComputer, right click on your USB flash drive, Format, File System = FAT32, start)

2.c)Download and run USB Installer for DSL
to create a bootable Damn Small Linux USB Flash Drive
http://www.pendrivelinux.com/downloads/DSL/USB-Installer-For-DSL-v0.2.exe

2.d) Then you need to restart your computer

Depending on the options your motherboard, it is necessary when starting
your computer keyboard press: F8 or F12 or Esc, etc..
Thus you will appear a menu where you choose your USB flash drive.
After
SliTaz menu comes before you.

3.) You can start using your Damn Small Linux easily



on Jan 23, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have just aquired a emachines computer and im wanting to connect it to a wireless router but its not allowing me to do this.


If you are using an eepc with a linux operating system you will need a wireless driver, go to the eepc support on another computer and download driver, alternatively get a copy of puppy linux, load onto usb and run directly from usb, it may have the driver inbuilt into puppy, a third prob is having to turn the wireless key on but as its a desk comp this wont happen, does the computer have wireless capability.

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WiFi Adapter Linux Drivers


See if this works


http://pvradu.blogspot.com/2010/02/linux-atheros-ar9285-wireless-driver.html

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Hi i am using ubuntu linux i need install netgear usb adapter wg111v3 how can i install in ubuntu please help me


NETGEAR does not offer any offcial drivers for the adapter to work on Ubuntu as they dont support Linux OS. However, you may try third party drivers to install the adapter on Ubuntu. Try the below link:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Device/NetgearWG111

Hope this helps.

Regards

Anand

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I have ASUS a7d notebook, I bought it used, windows XP was reinstalled, I guess they forgot to install the wireless dirver , or whatever is needed to connect to wireless LAN. I visited ASUS website and...


I DNT KNOW WERE U CAN FIND THAT, **** i can give you a nice idea on how to get all the infos you need, **** u need to be a basic linux user! what you say!
burning a live cd (any linux live cd, puppy!) the kernel will autodetect all your drivers, after the boot, there is an icon on the desktope named "connect", (only in puppy linux), and there you can try to connect, and plus you can see all the infos about your wirless driver ;)
gd luck

Jan 05, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Can I use a wireless router with motorola phone tools. What I want to do is to connect phone tools on a desktop and then add a wireless router (USB) so I can get wireless internet on my laptop.


Your question is somewhat confusing.

For clarification, there are two questions that you could be asking.

The first question would be: Can your phone be 'Tethered' to your laptop with either a Data Cable or Bluetooth to have internet on your laptop by using your phone as a modem? (No wireless router is needed to do this.)

The second question would be, that you have an internet connection on your desktop computer and want to use a wireless router to have internet on your laptop via WiFi. (In this case, your cell phone would not be needed.)

If the first question is what you are asking, to use your cell phone as a modem to provide internet access to your laptop - then the answer is, Yes. This is what you will need:

1) You'll need a Data Plan added to your regular cell phone service account.

2) To tether your laptop to your phone, your laptop will need to have either Bluetooth installed or you will need a USB Data cable.

Tip: If your laptop does not have Bluetooth installed, you can purchase any USB Bluetooth Doggle (on eBay for a couple of dollars) and plug it into one of the USB ports on your computer. Once plugged in, the doggle will automatically download the Bluetooth drivers to your laptop. Otherwise, you can use a USB Data cable to tether your phone to your laptop.

Note: Depending on the model number of your Motorola phone you may have to download the Data Cable Drivers onto your laptop.

If your phone is not one of the following phones then you can use Motorola Phone Tools. (Motorola OS, Motorola Linux OS, Motorola iDEN, Motorola Symbian/UIQ, Motorola Windows Mobile and Motorola i-mode Handsets. )

If you need the Motorola Phone tools (if your Motorola Phone Model was NOT one of the models I listed above)
Just click here::
http://bit.ly/1TN7A6

If your phone model is a (Motorola OS, Motorola Linux OS, Motorola iDEN, Motorola Symbian/UIQ, Motorola Windows Mobile or Motorola i-mode Handsets), you'll need to download the drivers for the Data Cable and install them on your laptop.
Click here:
Since you did not include which cellular provider you use, I cannot provide you with the information to manually set up your cellular internet connection.

Now, if the second question is the one you are asking, that you have internet on your desktop and want to use a wireless router to get internet on your laptop, here's what you'll need:

1) Connect a wireless router to your desktop.
2) Your laptop should have a small WiFi switch or button on the front or side of your laptop. This will need to be turned 'ON". (See your owners manual for your laptop to do this.)

If your laptop has WiFi installed, on your laptop go to START > (Look on the right side of the menu box and click on: 'Connect to' -- If you don't see, 'Connect to' in the menu you'll have to purchase a USB WiFi adapter. A good one is a D-Link DWL-G132 and can be purchased on eBay for about $10. Install the drivers for it first before plugging it in to your computer.
Click here to download the DWL-G132 drivers:
ftp://ftp.dlink.com/Wireless/dwlg132/Driver/dwlG132_drivers_130.zip

Once you download the drivers and plug in the DWL-G132 into one of your laptop's USB ports then click, START > Connect to > and select your wireless router.

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Hi there , My Acer Veriton has no sound card and no facility for one as far as I can see. Is it possible to use a USB external type. And if so how would that work? Rudy, from Australia


USB sound cards work quite well, will your PC support USB2? I have never seen a pc without a sound card? No PCI slots?

USB sound cards have their own internal workings not needed by the PC so it should work just fine. Now if they could just make a USB video driver card :)

Joe

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Linux driver for netopia 3D reach USB adapter


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