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Is the Netgear WG111 wireless USB adapter compatible with Linux?


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2007-10-13 09:48:35
2007-10-13 09:48:35

It works well using ndiswrapper on Mandriva 2007 but it is not natively supported.

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The "easiest" way is to use a Linux OS CD designed for that purpose along with a Linux-compatible wireless adapter that supports injection. www.aircrack-ng.org should give you many points to start.

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This requires installing ndiswrapper and "wrapping" the Windows drivers. There are no native Linux drivers for your wireless card yet. You can find a more detailed tutorial in the Related links section below.

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You can purchase a Linux wireless router online from retailers such as Amazon. Once on the website, type "Linux wireless router" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the items.


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