Plug and play should be ok! Paste the output of lspci – preferably lspci -vvv -s [wireless-adapter] where [wireless-adapter] is the number at the front of the line that describes your device. Please open a terminal and do:. Ok, I think that my USB ports may be going bad. The above command downloads and installs any broken dependencies on your system.
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Hook up the ethernet and let’s compile the latest from Realtek.
Some manufacturers might hide them inside their installation packages. Retsart if anything updates!.
Ubunty me if it works1. Have you tried another port, or can verify that you can see the adapter in the list? Linksys N USB wireless adaptor install?
See these instructions originally linked in first postyou will need a wired connection to download, compile and install the driver: Sign up using Facebook. To completely get rid of ndiswrapper: I have recently moved to Ubuntu and its amazing.
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Now back to the terminal:. I belkim on an ubuntu forum they had to apply the following fix:. You want to get your wireless adapter working.
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Please open a terminal and do:. Now back to the terminal: Please open a terminal and do: Or the USB port may have become unsoldered. As long as it’s compatible with linux and it should be I’ve used that one before fine just plug it into the usb slot. I may try to see if the wireless device works bellkin a fedora 18 cd.
Also, it seems to have started acting up when I switched to the newer version of the adapter. Your question isn’t actually about porting code.
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There is ndiswrapper which takes in a Windows wireless driver and with a bit of luck, makes it work on the system. Your adapter f7f2102 also be the same as this fellow Ubuntu user: There seems to be a native Linux driver should ndiswrapper not work, note the similarities here:.
Paste the output of lspci – preferably lspci -vvv -s [wireless-adapter] where [wireless-adapter] is the number at the front of the line that describes your device. Please edit your question and uubntu output of lsusb terminal command. Ok, I think that my USB ports may be going bad. Post as a guest Name. I read on an ubuntu forum they had to apply the following fix: Also, your lsusb output is insufficient, is it a USB adapter?