Nerdfest 3, 2 22 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I found a little bit of stuff but I don’t think I understand. Add to your question, any queries you have about the contents of this folder. Post as a guest Name. If it’s meant to be a compile-it-yourself module, you’re in for a bit of work but nothing insurmountable. Inside of the disc there is a folder called Linux.
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Nicolas de Fontenay 4 Solved over on ubuntuforums. The driver has a.
Once the file is extracted, go into the folder, and look at the readme or install files. I’m assuming that that is how I install the driver. KI4JGT 4 17 If it’s meant to be a compile-it-yourself module, you’re in for a bit of work but nothing raink.
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The rmmod command may give you an error, but it can be ignored as well. As for installing the driver, the vendor should have included instructions on how to install the driver on the CD.
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Anything I can do? Post as a guest Name. Installing NDISwrapper and loading the wireless driver into the program usually works for me on wireless sticks. Learned the hard way and wireless to share!
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ralinj Sign up using Email and Password. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. To do that you can right click on the file and choose extract. Add to your question, any queries you have about the contents of this folder. That won’t work, more than likely a bunch of zip files from a website won’t work either.
One is which is for the driver. Inside of that is a. You will need to do this process each time there is a kernel upgrade as well.
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These can be ignored. You should try lsusb also this should give you a list of raliink devices. Also, this might not help you now and feel a bit bitter but checking compatibility before buying something on linux helps preventing bad surprises. Also, the wkreless is RT Ralink also has a page for support They’re very close to the ones I have above, but correct the model numbers and add a few blacklist entries which I need to do as well.