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The kernel oops is absolutely repeatable.
If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! Last edited by dibl on Yes, your first command shows a problem: Trying to debug the connection further only makes sense, if you can at least scan and find your AP successfully.
You can then choose it in the network manager indicator. BB code is On. Originally Posted by RockDoctor.
I am sure you can recompile a single driver and not the whole kernel tree This is the one I have in Archlinux and it works fine. I’m currently using a USB adapter that was not supported “out of the box” and had to patch and compile the manufacturer’s Linux driver to get it to work.
Mon Jan 14, 1: I am with you on this one aardark Fortunately, I found detailed instructions and commands in how to do that. If anyone responds with a positive, I would appreciate it they would send some how-tos with the reply. Just starting out and have a question?
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Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Probably the hardware is too new. Mon Jan 07, 6: Sign up using Facebook. It looks like the permissions on the files in that directory are a problem for root to make changes.
[SOLVED] wireless connection
Nessun device corrisponde hal sciacuddi. As your “ifconfig -a” differs, you two obviously have different problems. Sun Jan 13, 9: Unfortunately I’m unable to make it work out. Adapters based on an Atheros chipset stand the best chance of working with Linux in my experience.
Belkin N300 Micro Wireless USB Adapter – P-f7d2102
Neddy, Thank you for the replay. Hal, You have different hardware to the one discussed here.
So, what do I still not know? But, when I take a look in that folder, there is no “sw. Sat Jan 05, Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
Display posts from previous: I have lost track of the number of USB wifi adapters that, according to reviews, were supposed to work “out of the box” in Linux, both for myself and others.