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January 20th, 8. Both files need to be in the same directory that you build the module from. August 26th, 6.
I have already downloaded and installed build-essential and linux-headers-generic I haven’t done any development on Ubuntu except for editing web pages so any help would be appreciated. September 6th, 7. Join Date Dec Beans You’re welcome, although I don’t understand why you would be able to use the drivers listed on that particular site. Are you sure that is correct? As you probably already know, the right chipset is the key here, not so much the brand.
All config files need.
Encore ENLWI-NX2 Free Driver Download (Official)
I’ve been installing it with ndiswrapper from the enlei-nx2 line: I’m going to try some more of those drivers before I throw in the towel I installed ndisgtk, and got the net driver installed, however when I click “Configure Network”, it crashes. And note also, that the two files must be for the same Windows version.
Here’s the output from command line: August 17th, 2. I was using ndiswrapper.
Run the setup for the PCI card on a windows machine. When I use ndiswrapper -l, I get this: Thanks mc Link to Linux driver for the wireless card. I never had a luck with the ndiswrapper method. It hangs the system. Additionally, there is a netxp.
Traceback most recent call last: I’ve tried everything I could think of. Results 1 to 8 of 8. It causes the system to hang soon after enlwj-nx2. Sorry, it IS netxp. It doesn’t matter if the card is present or not. You can also Google http: Unless I want to learn how to write my own driver, that is!
Originally Posted by mooncaptain.
View topic – Wireless N PCI Adapter – Hardware
I could list the APs but could never enlwi-nx22 attach to mine as it always rejected my WEP passphrase. I suppose next step is to get a new card?
I coulnd’t make it work. The time now is I really hate to lose this one, but if I want to have any connectivity in Linux, it looks like it’s going to be the only choice.