As your “ifconfig -a” differs, you two obviously have different problems. Plug and play should be ok! Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. It looks like the permissions on the files in that directory are a problem for root to make changes. I really don’t know what to do now, except to buy another usb wireless adapter

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I have recently moved to Ubuntu and its amazing. Display posts from previous: In the end, if you find a USB adapter you want, find what actual chipset it’s based on, not just if some reviews say it works.

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I suppose one could do the same for wireless dongles but be polite, and don’t try it unless you’re willing to buy it if it works. The early part of dmesg show the USB device found: Hal, You have different hardware to the one discussed here.

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Modern kernels seem to have this fine. I really don’t know what to do now, except to buy another usb wireless adapter Find More Posts by rtmistler.


Find More Posts by Timothy Miller. Unfortunately, I’m not finding a wlan0 with ceni, with ru or rtlcu. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.

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Display posts from previous: Linux Power User Bundle. Adapters based on an Atheros chipset stand the best chance of working with Linux in my experience. Sign up using Email and Password. The modprobe works fine, lsmod shows it loaded. Post as a guest Name.

I haven’t had to add an ID to a driver but you’d need to download the kernel source package wureless matches the kernel you have and edit the source code for the driver. I’m not sure if you can compile a single driver, perhaps slh or someone who’s a kernel expert can chime in and assist. Maybe N3300 can get something useful out of dmesg. I am with you on this one aardark But thank you for the advice.

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Non-functioning wifi adapters take up a large wireleds of threads on Linux forums. The time now is As your “ifconfig -a” differs, you two obviously have different problems. I’ve tryed to emerge ndiswrapper, but I got a failure. Unfortunately I’m unable to make it work out.


That’s what you get when you hijack other people’s threads instead of starting your own. All times are GMT.

Another USB adapter I bought 6 months ago required hours of looking through obscure Ubuntu forum posts and manually carrying packages and their dependencies across with thumbdrives to get it to work. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I’m currently using a USB adapter that was not supported “out of the box” and had to patch and compile the manufacturer’s Aireless driver to get it to work.

I seem to see different messages when I boot with the Belkin adapter plugged in at boot time, versus when I hotplug it and then work with it.

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