Reported conflicts with driver rt Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. Look for “RT61”, D-Link product name is not mentioned. For example, if one was looking for a PCI device: Note that at least with 2. Originally Posted by Ascor. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.

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Originally Posted by Timothy Miller. Card bought new Aug Worked pinux tweaking settings as described here with Ubuntu None, the status of the bug is updated manually.

Llnux issues with Natty amd However, once the upgrade happened, the madwifi drivers were removed, and ath5k wasn’t able to take over the wireless function.

Having said that if you use choose ndiswrapper be sure you can get the drivers needed before you try it.

Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G520/Drivers/Linux driver

Shows up lspci output as ” Atheros Communications Inc. LAN card drivers not found in Red Hat-9 2.

C2 does not work because it has a RaLink rt61 chipset. But, so far, so good! Or the network-manager frontend in the gui which is network-manager-gnome. However I’m giving it my best.


Alternatively, if you have network-manager installed which you do, if you have the gui installedit’s probably taking management of the wireless for itself, you could try running nmtui to configure it using network-manager. I don’t know if there are any other revisions out there, but my AG worked fine and it was an A1.

Do your thing, linix don’t care if they like it. Please can you try with last kernel version, Lucid upstream which is located on http: Kernel driver in use: Full details on getting this card working in Ubuntu are here and 5g20.

Your right its on the Debian wiki under “PCI devices”.

HardwareSupportComponentsWirelessNetworkCardsDlink – Community Help Wiki

So it seems like it’s still a bug. Post the output of lspci so someone can have a look at the info.

Apparently there were two non-kernel-related problems. From the upstream bug: All times are GMT I know that my wifi card uses the acx drivers. Lnux Oct 30 This card has a broken country code, which must be set for the card to work, not a trivial process. Works with Knetworkmanager on WPA. Both LEDs working properly.


Having a problem logging in? Works out of the box Precise. I confirm this card does not work with a default Hoary install: This will allow us to escalate this issue to the upstream developers.

Originally Posted by Ztcoracat I’m looking through this Google search to see if I can make sense of how to get your wireless card working. If the issue still remains even after this, I’d encourage you to also try installing the latest compat-wireless stack from upstream – http: