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TRENDnet TEWPI rev B1 – WikiDevi
Hey was wondering if someone can help me. I could create a wireless connection called wlan0 in network manager but the device does not seem to be associated to the connection.
I blacklisted rtl before installing Ndsiwrapper maybe that helpedand then installed Ndiswrapper and the XP drivers. I checked online a bit and found people that said this card works in linux but can someone help me where I should look or get a module for it so that I can use it? If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help centerplease edit the question.
Join our community today! Visit the following links: I looked at the windows software and what it had and what the Linux had and this seems to have fixed this issue. None of the modules it comes with work with this card.
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54Mbps Wireless G PCI Adapter – TRENDnet TEWPI
So now rtl loads by default, but network manager did not create a default wireless network, ie wlan0. As far as working out of the box goes, I think there are 423pk couple of revisions for this card and maybe only some of them work right away. Just for my own knowledge and also because we’re going to make a local Fry’s run soon for a bunch of adapters for various desktopsare there any wireless network adapter manufacturers that I should generally stick to for zero hassles?
Or at the very least, which such website is most comprehensive, most accurate, and I should heed the most? Here are some weblinks for trendnet wireless cards http: For some reason, this time it worked without 43pi.
TRENDnet TEW-423PI rev B1
Last edited by dave67; at Haven’t used linux in awhile but always used a wired network. Let’s ditch ndiswrapper for a moment and see if the native driver works.
BB code is On. Find More Posts by dave Edimax and Tp-Link are probably the most linux compatible wireless network adapter manufacturers. If it wasn’t, I used ifconfig wlan0 up. Is there a way to be sure mine is turned on? By fast and stable I mean, no disconnections ever, and wireless speeds up to 54 423pk at a distance of three rooms horizontally and a floor below the wireless router.
54Mbps Wireless G PCI Adapter
All other cards had connection stability issues and significantly slower speeds. On the bottom of the main page there are links to specific chipset manufacturers like Ralinkfind chipset and on the right there is a link to list of all adapters that use that specific chipset.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. My duel boot system when I would boot to Linux would not connect until I added this to the Linux software settings. Hmm, well, the pciid I pulled from ndiswrapper up there, so maybe that isn’t so accurate.
After days of frustration and only being able to connect to unencrypted and WEP networks, I reverted back to Interpid. Post the output of Code:.