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Extract the package and cd to the directory. I then installed this package. Or found a way to install the card. About 3 years from the original post, and Ubuntu linux is not able to install driver of this???
Download D-Link DWA wireless DRIVER for Windows/Linux | Networking: Drivers-Review-Specs
By now i’m having no problem, since it has running a free driver. Thanks a lot, man! Look for a rtfirmware rpm package. November 11th, Sounds like its not pickup up that the driver should be used for that device.
Dlink Wireless Network Card.
How to install a D-Link DWA-525 wireless network card in Ubuntu 10.04
I noticed Samuel above having a problem with lsmod; he saw something like rtsta 0 I saw that too… I guess it was an artifact of having messed around a bit before stumbling on your post. There are two sets of headers on my system: At first, I was a bit worried that some unexpected glitches might be encountered during the process since Ubuntu Join Date Aug Beans 1.
Now daa important step. Not so for this network card. Thanks for your all above explanations, but I have the same issue which Karthik has also it is Ubuntu Anyway, I just wanted to be sure my pci card wasn’t going to suffer some error because I didn’t checked everything was going fine.
It worked great for me.
Hi Nurul, see comment above by Jonathan Acosta 11th April, looks like it works in This answer compiled from comments made by chili and other users The ‘free’ driver for your dwaa card is rtpci that is in use by the system now. The file downloaded from D-Link is in no way “official.
Index of /pub/Wireless/DWA-525/Drivers/Linux
Carlos it sounds like you are not in the right directory. September 25th, 5. Any idea about that?
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Oh btw my kernel is 3.