[driverloader] HELP!!!!!

Linuxant support (Jonathan) support at linuxant.com
Thu Nov 4 09:48:39 EST 2004


you should be able to use your wireless card under Red Hat 9 with 
DriverLoader. DriverLoader is a revolutionary compatibility-wrapper 
allowing standard Windows NDIS (Network Driver Interface Specification) 
drivers shipped by hardware vendors to be used as-is on Linux x86 systems.

The Belkin F5D7050 (with USB ID 050D:7050) is supported by DriverLoader. 
You can obtain DriverLoader from the following page :


You should read the installation instructions at :


Since you do not have Internet access from Linux, you will have to 
download the DriverLoader package as well as the Windows XP driver in 
Windows and then transfer these files to your Linux machine. For 
example, you could use a CD or a floppy disk to transfer the files.


Technical specialist / Linuxant
support at linuxant.com

Kev316 wrote:
> Hi, I am a total newbie to Linux, and have just installed RedHat 9, as linux seems more desirable, and i got it really cheap(retail boxed), at work. I have the belkin f5d7050 usb adaptor on a 54g wireless network. But can i get it to work, by christ no!!!!! I'm havin to go back to windows everytime i need the net, which is ALWAYS!!! So if anyone is nice enough, would you be able to put in absolute laymans terms a step by step guide to installing this bastard usb device, and get me on the net, so i can goodbye to windows once and for all and join you guys in your quest to knocking mr gates out of the top spot. My knowledge with linux does not even extend to mounting my second hard drive(im telling you its impossible!), so would probably have to be a command by command step by step guide, if u know wot i mean. So it would be amazing if someone could help! Thanks very much in advance to you geniuses of the computer world! Kev 3:16
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