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My hair is almost gone now lol, hell bent on getting this thing to work. However, the driver and instructions supplied on comment 85 does appear to work, although it’s still very unstable. Keeps on telling me wlan0 device lniux ready after trying to load rt Will it be supported without additional drivers or what they are called?
networking – Linksys wusbn support on Debian-6 – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
Changes your working directory. These days very few devices outright won’t work. Last edited by mickeyboa; at A lot of troubleshooting I need to do. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
I have been able to get the device to work. Could you post me the errors make spits out?
So… you extracted the archive? I tried and frankly, I failed. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Thanks for your detailed questions so I could help you out. linnux
As far as I can remember they bumped the driver version up and it broke … something. Which driver version did you try from Ralink?
October 4th, 2. Some guys from the Ubuntu forums prepared a pre-patched tarball and step by step instructions.
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Sat, 04 Sep Thanks for your reply! Looking forward to it — good luck! The module seems to load. Sign up using Facebook.
Installing A WUSB600N In Linux
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and linud. Linksys WUSB11 ver 2.
This guide was horrible at explaining stuff. Find More Posts by mickeyboa.
You should contact Fedora team and let them know what you changed, and maybe create and maintain that driver for Fedora with their help? I tried Ubuntu, Debian, etc. Glad it wusn600n for you.
You have to go to this Wus600n http: The actual device id can be found using lsusbso basically this applies to any device.
These instructions are proven only for bit environments. Google results show quite a few people successfully using that stick.