It may well be listed under “Wired Connections” in Network Connections, rather than under Wireless Connections, because it’s a connection that uses an external device rather than an internal wifi card. I did however get it to work somewhat by using the guide given on the first post of this link http: Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt? Edited by NickAu, 28 January – January 5th, 3. Thanks for the help! That page alone doesn’t tell us, in simple terms, the commands used to make the card work.
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Which leads to slow or broken connections. What you do is run the command, plug the device in, and run the command again.
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Thank you everyone, and thank you for that link, JohnC. This would help people seeing this thread. If someone could please throw out some suggestions, I would really aprreciate it. Posted 21 May – It may well be listed under “Wired Connections” in Network Connections, rather than under Wireless Connections, because it’s a connection that uses an external device rather than an internal wifi card.
That page alone doesn’t tell us, in simple terms, the commands used to make the card work.
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Unless the package says it supports Linux. Now in Lubuntu I cant find the Adaptor, I have no network.
With Linux if a vulnerability is detected a fix is quickly found and then upon your next update the vulnerability is patched.
You know you want me baby! I don’t find a working link for f1 driver package on the internet. If anyone has any pointers, or insight into what is going on please help me out! You followed the instructions from AlbertP’s first response, correct?
Belkin Wirless adapter, and MInt?
Bus Device Posted 29 January – Then please post the output, Lets see if Linux can detect it, If it can it will work, We may not be able to help you to get it going but I am sure a Linux forum can. I’m relatively new to linux, but Belkun am fairly certain this is not a normal problem. Certain credit cards will force a refund of return shipping costs, yet regardless, leave Linux out of the discussion. OKSI – Use nano or vi instead. Got it up, and running. Email Required, but never shown.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I did however get it to work somewhat by using the guide given on the first post of this link http: Their router did work with Linux, the reason I quit using it was that it was incompatible with my VoIP device.
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As well as checking if it shows up as a usb device as Nick recommended, I would also check Network Connections to check that it’s showing up there too, in case it’s only recognised as a usb device.
Proud Linux user and dual booter. But, here is a Mint thread on your chipset marked solved.
Enjoy, and be sure to stress test the USB card by the download of a large file using a download manager.