Trouble with Belkin f7d v1 I bought the belkin f7d usb wireless adapter months ago for windows, but recently I decided to finally give Ubuntu a try. From that page it does list linux drivers but it seems the driver is not part of the current kernel. I have had the hardest time trying to figure out how to make this device work, and after a few hours of trying, I have decied to start a thread. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. Sumeet Deshmukh 4, 5 29 That page alone doesn’t tell us, in simple terms, the commands used to make the card work.
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You followed the instructions from AlbertP’s first response, correct? Some vendors looks for an excuse not to refund.
Trouble with Belkin f7d v1 It now works without a hitch. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. While I was researching solutions, I came across this old post of mine. Proud Linux user and dual booter. Trouble with Belkin f7d v1 Download the rfkill package by running this command on a terminal: If anyone has any pointers, or insight into what is going on please help me out! Started by beachfeetJan 28 Edited by bmike1, 29 January – If it’s hot afterwards, be looking for a replacement, as it won’t hold up.
Wonder what it could be I have had the hardest time trying to figure out how to make this device work, and after a few hours of trying. Using the site is easy and fun.
January 5th, 2. Enjoy, and be sure to stress test the USB card by the download of a large file using a download manager. Unless the package says it supports Linux.
With Linux if a vulnerability is detected a fix is quickly found and then upon your next update the vulnerability is patched. Glad v7d1101 got it running.
Am glad that after a year, you’ve found a resolution that works, for now anyway. Still, even though I can see the information, it does not show up in network connections, or wired connections. Belkin F7D v1 works under Ubuntu This is driving me crazy!
No time for that when there is evil afoot! I have reported a bug to the kernel developers but they haven’t fixed it yet. Certain credit cards will force a refund of return shipping costs, yet regardless, leave Linux out of the discussion. Thank you everyone, and thank you for that link, JohnC.