Hello I recently purchased a belkin f6d usb adapter. I found the website , but I don’t know which to use. If that doesn’t work post back and I will help you further. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. P lsusb – andrew ubuntu: Join Date Oct Beans
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The green light on the adapter is solid green, which I assume means that Ubuntu is aware of it’s presence. December 13th, 2. You belkim have the rt They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
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Open a terminal and type Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. I know it is probably something very simple, but it is above my head: Belkin F6D helkin card usb – module loaded properly but card not working.
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My adapter version is F6D – Where do I go from here? December 24th, 3. However, when I click the little wireless f6v4050 at the navigation bar, there’s no option to choose my adapter assuming that it’s supposed to show up there So why does linux have to use the xp drivers and not the vista drivers?