Message 7 of 31 35, Views. Message 10 of 31 34, Views. You can always link one to the other by making a link: Desktop Edition i Live CD http: There was someone who mentioned in this thread that they tried to compile the driver and could not. Those work really well though and still compile cleanly for a 3. Weird… light on the adapter turns on once you load the module?
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But then it works. So could it be, that the only stable version of RT is 2. If you get a line like Bus Liinux However I have been unable to get it to connect at N speeds. Fortunately, for myself at least, I didn’t have to figure out how to do that. Fedora This forum is for the discussion of the Fedora Project.
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Installing A WUSB600N In Linux
That is the only way i could get it to compile. Message 9 of 31 34, Views. You can grab 2. The most current version on the ralink site is: October 8th, 4. If anyone has any g2 getting the adapter to work in a bit environment, please let me know!
Fedora users are able to ignore the prerequisites, perform Steps 0 through 6, 11 and 12, skipping steps 7 through 10 completely. Could you hook me up with some more information though? I have taken the liberty of downloading and modifying the correct drivers to linksya confusion.
Getting the Linksys WUSBN ver. 2 working on Fedora
Ubuntu users, please read: The problem is outlined in the bug report But I downloaded Ubuntu build essential hoping thats what I need, do i need to get it activated somehow in Terminal? Visit the following links: You can always link one to the other by making a link: I’m setting up a Jaunty RC4 installation right now.
Even if I had compiled it then I am now prepared to confirm the following: I placed the bz2 file in another directory and started from there and it worked great. Like where the problems are, what distribution you use, etc. Thanks for your reply!
I’m connect now on N band 5. Except for a couple of dependencies that Yum took care of easily.