The icon of two computers, one below to the other on the left-side. Please login or register. Do you know of any off-the-shelf internet adapters that do work with Linux right out of the box? I had the exactly the same problem. The time now is I hope others here will take a stand with me.
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Excuse me while I rant.
So it worked once, but never again, how wirless is this? Manuall installation of the driver or rebooting provides the same results, device is visible under lsusb and led light on it is on all the time, meanwhile it blinks when connected through staging driver and interface is not visible through network applet.
All this assumes as is mentioned very early in this thread by the author that there is a bug in the Ubuntu in-kernel drivers. The issue seems to lab that 2 conflicting? Is there any good reason which anyone could think of why such a device would not work with this installation procedure?
Ralink RT based USB Wireless N adapters (Ubuntu) – The Linux Community Forum
I refuse to let fear and fear of others rule my life. Thank you for the heads-up about that one. This allows the module to be auto-recompiled with every new kernel. May 10, But after much heart break and gnashing of teeth, I have finally got the thing working perfectly.
Now, while still root modprobe the driver module: They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
Just looking for clarification. Can you confirm you can browse to the file using the nautilus file manager, and where it is? New USB device strings: No harm no foul.
Ubuntu Linux: Install RT2870 Chipset Based USB Wireless Adapter
B1 [Ralink RT] from that Im assuming usb. This is the same issue as encountered in the lkml post at http: What I did say was that each kernel installation on my machine contained an rtsta. USB disconnect, device number 16 [ As soon as I figure out more of the way commands are entered into terminal, I could perhaps piece together the rest of what I need from posts.
Info – RF chipset detected [ Staging driver does not allow to change it.
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Can you post the output from: I found the driver section for the rt but I still can’t find the instructions. There was qireless adapter with the same chipset associated with wlan1, where I wanted my device to be managed. Which is just ads Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The wireless driver for your device, rtusb is already installed.
I have the same Errors on First we do need to see what Ubuntu thinks might be there as posted above by the List commands, lsusb or lspci.
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