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Are you new to LinuxQuestions. You are welcome to edit my answer as you please: Join Date Nov Beans 1. I get the following errors when I deimax ‘make’ rajan rajan-laptop: Join Date Apr Beans 4. After a new kernel or linux-image do as follows: If the device is not removable then blacklist the rtl module. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
Avoid anything with this chip. Find More Posts by Honky. Here is the output ubunhu ifconfig eth0 Link encap: Tested with Ubuntu Dapper on bit.
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A1 A possible solution is to install wicd, an alternative network manager to the default one. The only workaround is to use an open source driver from GitHub.
[ubuntu] Edimax EWUAN EWUAN setup guide
You can install the required non-free firmware by installing the firmware-realtek package. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. As of Novemberthe Official Linux drivers for the above-mentioned adapters support Linux kernel up to v4.
If it succeeds we’ll blacklist invalid drivers.
January 2nd, 4. After doing this you may need to disable and reenable your wireless device for the driver to go through the initialisation procedure again and find the non-free firmware you installed.
e-7711umn Partners Support Community Ubuntu. In your link there, it says to blacklist the rtlcu or approximate driver which is the driver I have currently functioning same model and everything. Please use either a. All times are GMT I see at the end of the thread that there is a solution, but it is not clear to me where to download it from.
I found out on another blog that I needed to blacklist the following: However, I tried downloading the drivers from the website of Ralink but when I downloaded the necessary files it looks like tar file is corrupted. Join Date Jul Beans It seems it’s included in karmic, have dual boot with 9.
My problem is that Ubuntu seems to be able to use the USB to see the networks around me, but when I try to connect to my network – it just keeps trying and failing.