|Status: Works fine with some minor problems|
Connects to the internet via Linksys Wireless router, it finds Qwest Wireless router, and a few others models. Sometimes it will fail to connect, but after a few tries it will eventually connect. It works as expected, very similar with the way my Linksys WUSB600N.
|What doesn't work:|
Does not find all access points within the vicinity.
|What was done to make it work:|
Linux Mint 8 detects the wireless USB adapter right out of the box but will not work right out of the box. Ndiswrapper is needed to get this model to work correctly.
Place the Driver CD in the CD/DVD ROM or download from:
( http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WUSB600N )
Make sure you use/download the correct version. Be Sure that you get the Windows XP 32 bit driver. I am not sure if the 64-bit driver works or not.
Click on Menu > Administration > Windows Wireless Drivers. Or go to the Control Center > System > Windows Wireless Drivers. Direct the ndiswrapper to where the driver .inf is located. And install.
Nest open the Terminal (Menu > Terminal)
'sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/nm-system-settings.conf'
enter password and change [ifupdown] Managed from false to true.
Save and your done. You may need to reboot the computer, but it should work after that.
It works without any problems, it just does not work with its full capabilities.
Created: 3 years ago.
Last edited: 3 years ago.
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