Check out our if you'd like to learn more. Following the white rabbit Distribution: You just need to add the windows driver for your card to it. We support use of the drivers only in the kernel version the driver was a part of. Join Date Sep Location In here watching you! I got my Linksys wireless adapter working on Ubuntu and LinuxMint using the native Linux drivers without resorting to ndiswrapper. I cannot confirm either statement. Linux — Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux. Tags for linksys wusb54gc linux Thread enhanced driverlinksysrt73usbwusb54gc.
I got my Linksys wireless adapter working on Ubuntu and LinuxMint using the native Linux drivers without resorting to ndiswrapper. I have done all steps recommended by the more involved AskUbuntu thread, and tried 3 separate sources for the code, and nothing changes. However, as an absolute Newbie I find it difficult to follow your suggestions. It seems that the package has been split into two parts. My Linksys Wireless adapter is: Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I recently downloaded Ubuntu from the main website with the hopes of dual booting it with Windows. Once you can get it to compile, do the following as per the site: There are 1 items available.
The rtl8192cu kernel driver is loaded automatically in the latest Raspian distribution. Firmware usually ships with your distribution, or you can download from the table below. That's why I'm here, I'm looking for patched drivers. Works out of the box on Raspbian. I changed my boot configuration to call this script at the very end of the boot process after all the other services are up.
On Debian, requires the firmware-atheros package from the Squeeze-backports non-free repository! I am too far away for a Ethernet Cable and I have a wireless adapter that works in Windows 10. An image of an adapter with this chip can be found. Works with Raspbian, supports hostapd. With sudo ifconfig ra0 up, the device lights up and says with the blue light on; it shows up in the output of ifconfig, but still I cannot use it. Linksys will not sell or rent your email address.
But a little searching and some trial and error led to a successful connection. Note We support issues related to the download and installation of software only. In general, it is best to buy devices after finding out their level of support. That one should work out of the box. Nearly impossible to debug, since running a sniffer on the Pi makes everything work as expected. My first suggestion would be to go to device manager and find the device, right click and choose uninstall, reboot and try to install again. Runs without Powered Hub when plugged into Raspberry Pi.
It is better to install the Linksys driver before you plug in the device. Yes Ad hoc tested on Raspberry Pi 2 Model B running Raspbian Jessie release 8. How should I go about installing this Device so I can connect to the Internet. Some companies Intel put extra effort into making sure their hardware works under Linux sometimes before Windows drivers are released; the members of their development teams I've talked with have been excited to support Linux. Linux — Software This forum is for Software issues. Install the drivers: ndiswrapper -i rt73. Do not let Windows choose a driver.
See the following link about a blog with information about installing the native driver provided by the chip manufacturer Ralink. I get multiple compile errors, the first of which is an incompatible pointer error. It is also possible that Windows chose a driver that isn't correct. Some companies just don't care. It seems that many of the drivers are buggy. Note This table contains only the first official firmware version released, which is only guaranteed to work with the kernel version specified in the table.
Make sure drivers are visible on the Dekstop Code: Using ndiswrapper, could not load. Works fine if connected after boot. Also helps to include the model name of your adapter. To do so follow these instructions. I think the disk might be damaged. Updated Raspbmc upon plugging in and powering up.