While it encrypts traffic anyone with the skills to capture your traffic will also be able to crack it anyway unless you change the key very frequently. I added the command to my sessions so it runs on bootup which solves the problem but is there a more “elegant” way to do this? Message 5 of 6 1, Views. Have you confirmed that it’s functional in another machine? How often would you have to change the key?
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Ok will try that again.
Here is what I did from the begining: Sorry, I could not seem to get this to work. It can now be downloaded at http: Thanks for the tips from poster 3.
On that comp with Ubuntu 8. I am an idiot I was right clicking and wondering why I copuld not find the networks. January 3rd, 6.
Linksys WPC54G v1.0
Thanks for all your help. Please help, a bit of a noob here.
I have gone back to Gutsy for the time being, I will load the live cd tomorrow and play around. Hi Thanks for the offer.
[ubuntu] Linksys WPC54G V2
I’ve just woken up ; Haven’t even had coffee yet Hi Thanks for the help! Linksys WPC54G V2 Okay, so, this might end up being the dumbest question on this forum, but I’m brand new to Ubuntu straight off of being a Windows die-hard since ’95and here’s where I’m stuck: Do you want to continue? Fussy, fussy; but at least it’s working now. I’ll continue to search the forums. January 3rd, 3. After following your instructions, Vdrsion was finally able to get my Linksys WPC54G v2 card to connect to a wireless network.
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Ok so the cards power lite is lit again!!! Again – Thanks for your assistance!
If you have a Linksys wpc54g card, look at the bottom and check which version it is. First, I removed all the modules and ndiswrapper. But, if you’re like me and spend more than a few hours at a stretch online, you’ll run into this pesky little error: And, because the drivers that were already loaded were the wrong ones, I couldn’t get it to work. Linksys keeps updating their driver for this card and it’s difficult to keep track of sometimes.
Message 3 of 6 16, Wpc54ga. Also i’m not sure if wpa2 has to be supported or not by the card or if it’s a software thing. Once I got to the point verrsion loading the driver into ndiswrapper, I just got a prompt with no response indicating that anything was happening. The only way for you to get WPA working on this card is to use Ndiswrapper as described in this howto.
I can live with this, but look forward to having the security work, which I hope will get fixed in a near term update. Load the driver into ndiswrapper module. Some minor formatting and language use changes.