Go to support.dell.com and download the appropriate Windows driver for your TrueMobile card (should be something like R123456.EXE). Save this in the /tmp directory cd into the /tmp directory, and unzip the Windows driver package
The em(4) driver supports Gigabit Ethernet adapters based on theIntel 82540, 82541ER, 82541PI, 82542, 82543, 82544, 82545, 82546,82546EB, 82546GB, 82547, 82571, 82572, 82573, 82574, 82575, 82576,and 82580 controller chips:
Most adapters in the Intel Ethernet 700 Series withSFP+/SFP28/QSFP+ cages have firmware that requires that Intelqualified modules are used; these qualified modules are listedbelow. This qualification check cannot be disabled by thedriver.
The sis(4) driver supports Silicon Integrated Systems SiS 900 andSiS 7016 based Fast Ethernet adapters and embedded controllers, aswell as Fast Ethernet adapters based on the National SemiconductorDP83815 (MacPhyter) and DP83816 chips. Supported adaptersinclude:
[amd64, i386] Lucent Technologies WaveLAN/IEEE 802.11b wirelessnetwork adapters and workalikes using the Lucent Hermes, IntersilPRISM-II, Intersil PRISM-2.5, Intersil Prism-3, and SymbolSpectrum24 chipsets (wi(4)driver)
Lucky this is not a full driver with software. Like others on here it is only the driver file with nothing else. This comes in the form of the INF file. With this you should be able to run the adapter on Windows 10.
There are other devices on this website. You can see these are the ft232r usb uart as well as the cp2102 driver. There are also the ft232r usb uart driver Windows 10 driver and the wd ses device usb device from Western Digital. You can also see the Sweex Wireless 54g adapter USB on here and the TP Link driver as well as the Nokia usb modem.
This continues to be a problem in feisty. If prism2_pci isn't blacklisted somewhere in /etc/modprobe.d, the prism2_pci driver loads, takes over my hardware and prevents orinoco_pci or hostap_pci from controlling the hardware. I must manually \"sudo modprobe -r prism2_pci && sudo modprobe -r orinoco_pci && sudo modprobe -r hostap_pci && sudo modprobe orinoco_pci\" to get wireless to work again.
I reinstalled Ubuntu feisty on my laptop and did a dist-upgrade. The wireless device now shows up in system>network without blacklisting but the network-manager doesn't show any available wireless network. Blacklisting the prism2 or hostap drivers doesn't help either. Anyone has a solution to get wireless working again
I have a 3Com Corporation 3CRWE777 PCI(PLX) Wireless Adaptor [Airconnect] (rev 02), which is a PCMCIA to PCI adapter based card. Similar to above descriptions, prism2_plx driver are automatically loaded instead of the orinoco_plx.
I continue to suffer from this problem (wireless drivers stepping on each other). In my case it's prism2_pci and hostap_pci (hostap being preferred due to WPA support). Note that when both are loaded neither one operates, and I have no wireless whatsoever.
Similar to the your case I upgraded via update manager to gutsy I had no wireless card detection on A31p with the Prism card. Was running with encryption using Orinoco before, and blacklists remained unchanged with the upgrade. Notable though that there was no hostap present at all after the upgrade. Was able to get the card detected at least using the win driver and ndiswrapper, to the same point as above, i.e. signal and access points visible in NM but no successful connection to the network. Thinking it was just 'me' , I did a clean install of fiesty, added blacklist, got wireless running with no issues, upgraded again to gutsy, and end with the same problem. At least it's consistent...
Thanks. Finally got the card detected and connection to the network also with 128bit encryption. I stumbled on bug #126220 explaining that orinoco_pci was dropped in the Gutsy upgrade. So far as I understand, the workaround I used before blacklisted the other drivers, leaving orinoco_pci to handle the card, explaining why I had no detection aftter the Gutsy upgrade. So I un-blacklisted hostap, which now detects the card (as WIFI) and handles the encrypted connection ok so far. I have a second wireless entry now in Network Manager (inactive) as I seen reported elsewhere andI have no fancy network monitors, and cannot view available networks, signal strength, etc in the top panel as I could in Fiesty, but at least it's functional.