On the last versions HW version: Works also with Debian Sarge stable, 2. All times are GMT Download in other formats: FL connector is present and it’s easy to weld a SMA connector. But, so far, so good! Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
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This is a discontinued product. Stuck beacon problem with madwifi with 0. D1 of this card works with a CVS release of madwifi update: Successfully working with Gentoo 2.
The other two revisions use a different chipset. March 19th, 2.
Linux Driver for DWL-AG
Works with Debian Etch stable with 2. What kind of shenanigans will I have to put up with to use this card with Ubuntu?
The time now is Is there any way at all to use one dl-ag530 these under Ubuntu? Join our community today! Or is it a doomed effort from the start?
It works on Fedora Core 3 using compiled build from repo http: No open source drivers actually. Has anything changed in the last few years with regard to this NIC? Seems a bit fragile when fixing it to its base. Click Here to receive linuxx Complete Guide absolutely free. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. D-Link doesn’t offer any Linux drivers, and from reviews I’ve read, even the Windows drivers were flaky.
Shows up lspci output as ” Atheros Communications, Inc. The website is kept wdl-ag530 for historic purposes only.
D-Link (DWL-AG530) Dualband Wireless PCI Adapter (108Mbpps, 802.11a-g, 1x2dBi) (Linux)
Without any tweaks, it covers my full house square meters, passing through 2 or 3 brick walls. I don’t know to what extent drivers are strictly necessary for the card to work. Doesn’t work, changed chipset – use “RT61” driver from http: It works well with RH-EL4. C1 does not, reports on lspci: Successfully working with debian 4.
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This information is for rev. Shows up in lpsci output as ” Atheros Communications, Inc.
For information on how to do this, see: Now working, works with the ACX project drivers, Debian walkthrough.