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WUSB54G A Driver For Linux

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I Want To Get The Driver For The WUSB54G Wireless NIC, And From This Chart:
http://linux-wless.passys.nl/query_part.php?brandname=Linksys&
It Seems To Be Compatible With Linux, But I Cannot Seem To Find Any Drivers For It.

It States To Go Here For The Driver:
http://prism54.org/

But I Cannot Seem To Find A Link To Download The Driver.
Can You Guys Help?

Thanks!
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Question by:sof_combat
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http://prism54.org/newdrivers.html. On this page youll find a link to http://jbnote.free.fr/ where you will find instruction on what to do.

HTH

Jeff
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