KI4JGT 4 17 You probably only need the firmware file instead of the full driver, depending on how new the card is. If it’s meant to be a compile-it-yourself module, you’re in for a bit of work but nothing insurmountable. I still have no idea how to do this. Inside of that is a.
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If I installed Wine, would that work? Let me adjust your question to see if we can get better responses. Anything I can do?
This is very confusing between the rt, rt, and the rt, but I think I’ve found the correct set of instructions for getting your card working. I think this should do it, although you may need to restart for it to take effect I’m also not completely sure about that last command You probably only need the firmware file instead of the full driver, uusb on how new the card is. You need to extract the.
Ralink USB RT – NDISWrapper
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Ralink USB RT2070
I’m basing these steps on a manual build for a Nerdfest 3, 2 22 Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. With the card I have a disc for the wireless LAN card to install.
If it’s meant to be a compile-it-yourself module, you’re wirleess for a bit of work but nothing insurmountable. I have no idea and I did tried to search. Sorry for the confusing!
– How do I get a Ralink RT wireless USB stick to work? – Ask Ubuntu
Solved over on ubuntuforums. We can confirm that it’s there or not. When it opens, navigate to the folder where the wirelesz got extracted, and run the commands below.
We need more hardware information to help you, can you look at this question and then edit your question adding more detail?
Well the lights on the device lights up. As for installing the wirelless, the vendor should have included instructions on how to install the driver on the CD. I suggest you firstly unzip the zip folder you mention. Learned the hard way and happy to share! You will need to do this process each time there is a kernel upgrade as well.
I had a look at your output from your dmesg, it does look like it’s not being detected. I’m assuming that that is how I install the driver.