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Module Device name s help page free? Non-free drivers and firmware are produced by entities refusing or unable to cooperate with the free software community. Find More Posts by Bill Looney. March 23rd, 5. On step 5, when I type make and press enter, liux says: It still lists “Download kernel module sources from ‘Realtek’ current filename: Be sure to substitute file name below with the version you downloaded.
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Here is my dmesg after inserting these are the new lines. Could this be causing the kernel to be using the wrong driver for the card? Next time you purchase a piece of hardware ask yourself if it is free software compatible.
You also can use NdisWrapper http: I’ll give it a try when I get back to the computer tomorrow or Monday and post back here if it succeeded or failed.
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So for anyone looking into the Airlink AWLL adapter It is a great way of adding N for those who are looking at running N but have an antiquated internal card that can’t be upgraded.
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Also, yea, the new Realtek driver is the one I was using. Sign up using Facebook. USB disconnect, address 2 ajrlink I don’t have an internet connection before I get the usb dongle to function. May 4th, 9. How do I install this? January 20th, 1. Free software based systems such as Debian depend on the cooperation between manufacturers and developers to produce and maintain quality drivers and firmware.
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I was just looking at your post Took airljnk the USB wifi airlink and rebooted, my built in atheros card now is not working, compiled and installed those drivers, rebooted and now I am back at least with the atheros G wifi. Open console Unzip the driver Enter make and click enter Enter sudo apt-get install build-essential and click enter If you have the Air: Rebooted same kernel panic!
Output from the two suggested commands: January 21st, 2.
Welcome to Debian Wi reless Fi delity. Reboot and check that the kernel module is loaded by running: Hosting provided by Metropolitan Area Network Darmstadt. March 21st, 4.
Unzip the module into a directory From that directory run in a terminal sudo install -p -m cu. Any help would be appreciated.