Re: Can't connect to Linksys WUSB54GSC adapter
Ya, you could do that. However, we can get your wireless adapter to work. I did some looking and it seems you have to use ndswrapper for the 32bit window$ driver. Reports say that it works well.
Originally Posted by Morty007
I'll look the forums for a adapter that has native Linux driver and simple/automatic to setup. That seems to be the thing with Linux... Video cards and Wireless cards. BUT hay come a long way... there use to be choke problems.
Well I think your best bet is ether to set up the wusb54gsc with ndiswrapper or buy the wusb54"GC" and use the driver we have been talking about. I will edit this post if I come to find out I am wrong.
I got my wusb54"GC" at Radio Shack for $50. Now I have also seen it at wall-mart for $45 but wall-mart also has the "GSC" so make sure to check the model # on the bottom left on the front of the box... If you go this route.
Last edited by HunterThomson; May 16th, 2008 at 09:27 PM.
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