It can get power from USB or its wall wart.
Easy to setup and does not care what OS the host uses.
that will work with Win7 and Linux Zorin OS but not having much luck for some reason . Anyone have a favorite or a suggestion . This will be used on a Dell Inspirion 530s. Thanks ...Digger
computer with a Linux os >> http://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-WNCE2001-Universal-Internet-Adapter/dp/B003KPBRRW but can't seem to get it to work. Did I buy the wrong product?
It works fine on any Linux that supports ethernet. I currently have mine on our Logitech ReVue which is definitely not Windows.
The setup sticks around and I only need to wait for the 3 green lights.
Are you sure your Linux is good on ethernet? Maybe you are looking for a WiFi connection on Linux? That does not show up since this is a WiFi to Ethernet bridge so look at the Ethernet settings (ipconfig -all)
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