Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)
I have the instructional CD in the CD drive, but I can't come up with the correct command to begin installation.
To install the wireless router with the help of cd. You should be the administrative person for that particular computer on which you need to install this wireless router. If you do not have admin rights on the computer then contact the router company to get this configured for you.
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Posted on Aug 30, 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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