2 weeks ago, I installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my PC. Everything is fine except from my wireless usb adapter. I have a ISY WLAN USB-Adapter IWL 1000 N150. I tried several ways to make it work but nothing. Probably i need a firmware - driver because it is not recognized from the operating system. Does anyone know how can i install drivers for this network adapter? This is the first time working with Ubuntu for me, so I need a little bit of help. Thanks.
sorry, I've made a misstake, it must be
This is the appropiate kernel module.
I've also opened the ISY IWL 1000 adapter and a Belkin N150 F7D1101 v1 and it's exactly the same hardware.
I've managed to get this stick working, but driver quality seems to be poor, I got some disconnects here. To me it looks like the IWL 1000 is in fact a Belkin Components F7D1101 v1 Basic Wireless Adapter [Realtek RTL8188SU]. This device is supported by the r8712u kernel module. But the ISY IWL has a different device ID so the driver doesn't get loaded automatically. So you could assign the new ID to the kernel module:
after that see if it was successful:
You should get something like this: