By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Pasted Unplugged Results This command displays a lot of data. F5 D version If its the former – please click the tick button to accept. Worked out of the box on Ubuntu 8. No Has some issues in Maverick.

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Has issues staying connected. I’m going to call this problem solved as your great help has gotten as far as I can go with this Belkin F5D Works after doing this.

That was most helpful.

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Yes – I have the same problem. To compile the driver: I don’t know how well this works but I am still looking at it. I’m coming to the conclusion that in a fraction of the time that it would take to source the right driver and install it I could wipe Red Hat off my system and install XP to get the network connection going.


[ubuntu] Belkin USB F5D Not Detected

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At the bottom of you trace is the following error message: I’ve been working to answer it for my computer for the last 12 hours. For the first time I am able to see available networks around me. Just read from the links here below: I found a few resources saying to use the Amtel modules to get it working, but it still didnt work. No native support in 8.

Trash, just to verify – this is a Belkin f5d usb device? Every available network listed, including my own, shows a rather nonexistent signal strength.

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Unencrypted is fine, but mine is setup to WPA2. When I access the link you provided, I see at least 8 answers to one broad question. Yes Works out of the box on Feisty.

Might save a bit of guessing on my end and f5d0650 on yours.


Or, if there is a particular line or set of lines that is most important in the results of the dmesg command, please let me know and I’ll look for it and add it here.

And everything works fine: Yes Worked out of the box on Ubuntu 8. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I pasted it all here–both the results from when the device was plugged in and unplugged. F5 D version Ubuntu network manager won’t even show any signal strength but shows wireless networks available.