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The easiest way to install DriverLoader is to use our automatic installer. However, the installer will only work if you already have Internet access from your Linux system. If you do not have Internet access or it is not yet configured, please manually select and download the package from the DriverLoader download page.

How to install DriverLoader using the installer

  • Download the installation program (dldrinstall.run)
  • Open a terminal window. (If you don't know how to do this, press ALT-F2 and in the dialog box that will appear, try entering one of the following commands: xterm or konsole or gnome-terminal)
  • Use the cd command to access the directory where the dldrinstall.run file was downloaded.
  • Finally, enter the sh dldrinstall.run command to run the installer.

If you have any problems with the installer, please contact the support team.

Advanced installer options

Additional files required by DriverLoader

How to install DriverLoader without the installer

You can manually download the package from the DriverLoader download page. Please read the installation instructions to know how to download and install the right package for your system.

 

User comment:

I'd just like to thank you folk for making your Driverloader module available direct to the general public, at such a reasonable price. I recently decided to set up a 802.11g wireless network and was in despair trying to find devices with *any* Linux support. Needless to say, my local computer hardware stores were less than useless in providing any help whatsoever. At last I was pointed to your web site, downloaded a 30 day trial license, and all sprang into life. Been running for 30 days now, and have purchased the full licenses. Good software, well presented, and a doddle to install and use. Thanks again

Nigel Titley (London, UK)

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