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Things seem to be better, though not actually working. RNuno me-rnuno wrote on I haven’t tried Gutsy yet.
PCI interrupt for device After weeks of trying, ndiswrapper worked for me. Google search reveal that this model is linux compatible – so hence why my previous question about whether the device is defective or not. Bus Device All times are GMT This is the setup I use for my Is your device using rt73 with cvs version? Find More Posts by gonz. Please feel free to contact me again if You need wl-167h info. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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Asus WL167g V3 on Debian GNU/Linux
Has anyone had any success on FC5 or Red Hat 9? I find it strange that lucid doesnt recognise the wireless chipset.
I’m not at the box now, anyhow: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. BB code is On.
I have even tried restarting the network manager as mentioned in the link but had no success even there. I have the same problem. Visit the following links: To post a assus you must log in.
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Is this a very very new device? Unifying Receiver Bus Device The Mbps wireless speed can deliver consistent HD quality data streaming.
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ASUS WL-167g USB2.0 WLAN Adapter (pen-type)
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