It is present in Debian kernel images since 2. You are a Genius! March 4th, 1. Just needed one more edit: The wireless card is RaLink RT This happened for me?
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Pls. help me install Linux driver (Ralink RT2860 chipset)
This is the recommended method in Debian. First, let’s be sure we have the correct driver. Wheezy The Ralink staging drivers were disabled at linux See Known Issues for discovered problems and workarounds.
Here is the output: Has anyone installed RaLink rt wireless driver on a Desktop? At this point, the driver should have compiled and installed without errors.
rtsta – Debian Wiki
Supported devices are listed at the end of this page. Here’s another error I just got after updating I’m using Ubuntu Also added fyi-I previously had used the ndisgtk to install windows 7 drivers but that alone sure didn’t help I am getting ready to purchase a new wireless card but thought I’d give a pointed question a shot. Lawrence, what are default Ubuntu drivers?
See also known issues. All times are GMT The default drivers probably aren’t configured to work with that chipset then.
Mikhail Ramendik 6. Device name unknown PCI: Tried on 2 different H with default kernel and with homemade one.
Maybe someone can help me too? The time now is They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
However, sudo ifconfig ra0 up did the trick and consequent ifconfig is giving: However, there is a progress, now dmesg is giving: Unfortunately that requires you to explicitly specify key-mgmt, group, pairwise and proto. I have also been getting this error: