Question about NetGear WG311T 802.11g/b (wg311tge) Wireless Adapter
Any body can tell me where i can get Linux driver for NETGEAR wireless PCI adapter WG311.
Sir my os linux for driver problem but linux driver not presant
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
The answer to this issue is dependent on the linux distribution and version you are running.
There are several different versions of this card requiring different answers.
There are several different means in linux to address the issue. From earlier reading the NDISWrapper approach allows the used of a windows driver. For some versions of the card the madwfi project now on sourceforge, I believe may have options to support this card. -- see links below
Suggestions for each card version in this link
the following show some discussions by others on this card
Please confirm the Distribution and version of linux involved as well as the version of the wg311 adapter (1, 2, or 3) and I may be able to get more specific.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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Click on "More Apps" and select "Accessories." Click on the "Terminal" link to open the Terminal console.
Navigate to "System" and select "Administration."
Select the "Synaptic Package Manager" and enter "ndiswrapper" as a search term.
Select the files "ndisgtk," "ndiswrapper-utils-1.9" and "ndiswrapper-common" at the results page. Click "Apply" to install "ndiswrapper."
Enter "ndiswrapper --h" into the console to verify that the software is installed. If the installation is successful, you should see a list of command-line options in the console.
Use the "cd" command to navigate to the location of the WG311's drivers (i.e., "cd "WG311v3 V1.0/Driver/[current Windows version]").
Enter "sudo ndiswrapper --i WG311v3.INF" to install the drivers onto Ubuntu.
Verify that the driver was installed by entering "ndiswrapper --l" into the console.
Enter "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" into the console to install the kernel module.
If the console does not respond to the command, restart the system and enter it again.
Enter "iwconfig" to verify the command's execution.
The command should produce a "wlan0" network interface with a number of details listed. Enter "sudo ndiswrapper --m" to ensure that "ndiswrapper" loads upon startup
hope this helps
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