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2013-03-04 10:51 AM
nethound wrote: I was able to get this to work using ndiswrapper on linuxmint 14.
I had to use wine to start the driver install, which failed, but it made it far enough to extract the inf file from the windows driver install package. You can find it under your
Then I used ndiswrapper to install the inf file and it came right up. Unfortunately, I am only getting 802.11n speeds, not AC, so still trying to figure that out.
2013-03-08 07:59 PM
jmizoguchi wrote: Go to macsales.com and see if they sell 802.11ac adapters
2013-03-09 06:53 AM
blogmaniak wrote: Also an ubuntu user and would like it very much to have this adapter working with this O/S as well! It's good for netgear.
Apparently, we can use ndiswrapper to install win based driver, but we need at least the .inf and .sys file. Is it possible to provide those and help moving this process forward?
2013-03-09 06:58 AM
mooms wrote: This is correct I got the A6200 to work also in Ubuntu 11.04 by loading .inf file from the install file downloaded from netgear using wine. here are the files.
Load the .inf file with ndiswrapper and the usb adapter light lit up and connected right away.