No IRQ known for interrupt pin A of device No IRQ known for interrupt pin B of device I did not have the problem reported by Andrei Magureanu. So, we can see here that I DO have pcmcia running and that support is built into the kernel. Display comments as Linear Threaded. I compiled and installed the kernel:

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OR This link As it has the same chipset. BTW, I’m also running the linuxant drivers, with my mandrake 9.

Getting Netgear WG511 802.11b/g wireless card to work in Linux

No IRQ known for interrupt pin B of device Next I need a free trial license to activate it. Submitted comments will be subject to moderation before being displayed. I was netgsar to establish a connection — Excited was I.

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Linjx in all, we will probably be best without them until they change their attitude anyway. Here is a bugzilla report. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.


[SOLVED] Netgear WG not recognised

Having a problem logging in? Message 4 of 6. If prompted for a password, just enter your normal password. Like I said, I am using the prism54 driver now instead and it is working fine. Right-click on the network manager icon on the top bar.

I usually use a Cisco Aironet but the new one is a 54g so. November kinux, 3. Ubuntu does not seem to recognise it it works fine with windows and Puppy The command Code: The default kernel already has the prism54 driver built-in, but when I try to ifconfig up the card, I get a timeout.


What do I do with it? You can download from here: Working on November 16th, 8.

I am not sure if this is caused by the absence of the ARM file. It has ingested the Windows driver and reads the MAC off of my card. But I can’t load netgeaf at boot.

The reason I placed this post in the wrong forum is because I found another post re: November 16th, 4. Message 1 of 6. I take no responsibility for anything bad that might happen if you follow this guide I try to avoid responsibility at every turn.


It only takes 10 minutes to figure that this kind of cards are well supported in Linux. Following this excerpt are messages from “modprobe” I assume because they are exactly what I listed at the beginning of this post.

Now there is a official native linux driver look at http: My kernel obviously didn’t know what to do with it at this point. I have been having similar problems. Of course, netegar whole point of going with