You have to compile the drivers on your own from the command line in Linux and install them. There is patch of the rtsta code for the 2. Essentially, I am now back to where I was with a fresh Ubuntu install. Thanks for any help on the D-link. I am using the latest drivers downloaded from the ralink mentioned in the earlier posts and have renamed the old rtsta. The default rtsta modules is the following guy: Beans 17 Distro Ubuntu 9.
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I simply plugged it into an empty port and checked dmesg again. The last time was a few months ago with 9. I managed to get it working even if the install wasn’t a fresh one and I fulled around with other ways to get it to work.
Any help would be useful, while I still look for the info. How to install build-essential CD.
And, could you explain how you “go to network devices”!? From the dmesg i can see the driver is keep scanning and always returns 0 BSS. None of it is via network-manager. Where are you getting the figure of Mbps from? I tried to recompile the driver but Oinux got errors, even if in Jaunty I compiled and used it successfully.
Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. September 12, IF this is part of the kernel already, there needs to be a fix!!!
HardwareSupportComponentsWirelessNetworkCardsLinksys – Community Help Wiki
Extract to a folder, enter the folder and ‘sudo make’, ‘sudo make install’, reboot and voila. The wiki works liksys for Hardy however the downloaded make file did not work this time round.
Don’t know if it was the patch I applied. Perhaps this was all that was ever needed. So, in theory your device is ready to function but you need to configure it. I understand a rep from RaLink is on the rt2x00 project now, so there’s some hope. Working in Mac OS X too. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Still today, I’m heading over the forum after each upgrade of ubuntu sometimes even during the use of the same version when the kernel gets upgraded Slightly different problem, but with the same device I followed exactly the same procedure as described for f5d v1, changing only the usb ID to 0xd,0xb.
When will all work after my experience, if not follow the next step. Please enter the first sentence auto ra0Also the other iface ra0 inet dhcp dhcp is standard, you need only change to what suits you love. Extract the bz2 file.
Any switches to be used, etc? I hope this will help others. Thanks for any help on the D-link. To install a 2. No I get it connecting for a short ,inksys and disconnecting.
Ralink RT2070, RT2770, RT2870, RT3070, RT3071, RT3072 devices (rt2870sta)
How do I resolve this? Then just reboot and run “gksudo network-admin” in console and configure eth0.
And as already said please respond to this post, or send a mail to nilsa5 tele2. Compile as per the read me.
According to ralink you just have to write make, not make install.