Linux Wireless in Various Distros



Updated 10/21/06

Introduction

This page has grown with my experiences. So, here is a list of the various wireless cards that I have configured in Linux, using the various distros on my systems.

 

       1. How to Get the Linksys WMP54gv4 Wireless Card to work in Linux

               a. how to get the card working on Slackware 10

               b. how the card was configured using ndiswrapper in Fedora Core 4 Test 3

               c. how the card was configured using ndiswrapper in Puppy Linux

               d. how the card was configured using ndiswrapper in Debian Sarge

        2. How to get the D-Link DWL-G520 Card to Work in Linux

                a. Fedora Core 4 with ndiswrapper

                b. Fedora Core 4 with Madwifi


        3. How to get the D-Link DWL-G650 Card to Work in Linux (pcmcia)

                a. Thinkpad R-30 and Puppy 1.0.4


        4. How to get the Linksys WUSB54G USB Adapter to Work in Linux

                ***coming soon***

        5. Fedora Core 5 on an Acer Aspire 5672WLMi Laptop (iwp3945 wireless) In Progress



References:


1. Common Wifi Cards and their Chipsets