Justin, can you help me get wpa encryption working? Please first connect your network card to the wireless router using an ethernet cable also known as a LAN cable. Following the wireless howto http: I’m justinmiller87 on the forums. Likewise, if you run into issues, leave a comment and I’ll do what I can to assist you. Cool blog, I tried to access the drivers on the Airgonet drivers site, but it says access is forbidden, how can I access the files?

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The instructions on how to setup the Airgo-based wifi have been updated to reflect new information. In order to gather essential troubleshooting information about your wireless card, please follow this procedure:. Took the files from the opened window and dropped them on the desktop.

I’ve been wrestling with Ubuntu 8. No working leases in persistent database – sleeping. Whatever will help us reverse engineer more. Ubuntu Edit question Assignee: I will update my instructions to reflect both the tar file provided by Luis and the mirror by Eric, as well as the instructions to install ndiswrapper linuux compiling. I tried installing the drivers from the cd, then from the link you provided and I get the same result.


This file is required for all distributions of Ubuntu. Download the ndisWrapper files for your distribution: Download the driver file from either here or here. Luis, be my guest! Again, if you try out any of the other cards in the list, please feel free to leave a comment to let me know you got it to work.

Is it so different that my card just won’t work?

CONFIG_AGNX: Wireless Airgo AGNX support

This has worked awesome. When I used “lspci -nn ” alrgo showed the same read-out as yours but I’m left with no actual working device.

I’ve used the following method with hardy and gutsy successfully getting wpa2 encryption: I don’t think there are any miniPCI cards out there. Ricoh MMC controller found at Work is underway on integrating Used the command you used- lspci agn00 and found diver.

Hello Justin, First of all I need your approval to post this tutorial on my blog in Portuguese. First, I did try hard to avoid the ndiswrapper approach Justin outlines and somehow get NetworkManager Ubuntu’s built-in system for managing networking “seamlessly” to work as intended.


Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_AGNX: Wireless Airgo AGNX support

Like the ubuntu look on this blog. Link back lunux and let them know the card is at least detecting networks. Had to make several attempts till I found the right file. Hope that helps someone.

Linux wireless 802.11n progress

I’m new to Linux and most Terminal terms are unfamiliar. Hello Mark, Thank you for your assistance, I apologize for the delay in my reply.

Likewise, if you run into issues, leave a comment and I’ll do what I can to assist you.

Other possible devices Ralink devices which may work with this driver not confirmed: Open terminal on your Ubuntu system. Thank you for your assistance, I apologize for the delay in my reply.

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