>> Just wondering if anyone has managed to get a
> Belkin 54g Wireless
> PCMCIA card working under Ubuntu Linux using
> ndiswrapper (or any other
>> It works under RedHat with ndiswrapper, but the
> same setup doesn't
> appear to power the card up under Ubuntu. I've tried
> noacpi, acpi=off
> and pci=routeirq (individually and all together) but
> nothing seems to
> tell the card to turn on. The driver all looks like
> it's loaded
> correctly. Useful(?) output available at
>http://nexus.signal2noise.co.uk/~eason/tmp/wifi/>> Any help gratefully appreciated.
I use the below link to make my WPC54G card working
with Ubuntu(it was working fine on mandrake 10.1)
The problem was my RadioState values
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