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Belkin F7D v1 works under Ubuntu but not under Lubuntu – Ask Ubuntu
Several functions may not work.
How to: Enable Belkin N (F7D) on Ubuntu Linux | Keith Novak
I have contacted Belkin customer support, and was told that there is no way that any Belkin product would ever work with a Linux OS. However, when I click the little wireless symbol at the navigation bar, there’s no option to choose my adapter assuming that it’s supposed to show up there My adapter version is F6D – Where do I go from here?
Unless the package says it supports Linux. Email Required, but never shown. No, it is not working.
Am glad that after a year, you’ve found a resolution that works, for now anyway. Yet I’m glad you hung in there, I’d had tossed the card if not under warranty or exchange period. Then it should be solved thanks to the new ru driver kernel module in recent Velkin kernels.
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Thanks for the update beachfeet. Thank you very much for you time, and have a wonderful day.
As well as checking if it shows up as a usb device as Nick recommended, I would also check Network Connections to check that it’s showing up there too, in case it’s only recognised as a usb device.
Opinions are my own, except when my wife disagrees. I had belkij reinstall another OS, and decided on Mint again.
How to: Enable Belkin N150 (F7D1101) on Ubuntu Linux
I am running Linux Mint Sign up or log in Sign f7d11101 using Google. Edited by bmike1, 29 January – Sign In Need an account? Sounds like a driver issue.