Hi guys, Thanx for a really sweet distro, I’m really enjoying Gutsy. If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the following tags: The drivers register and the card gets detected but no matter what i do I cant get a connection. I’m now going to hard wire my modem until I can get a chance to find out which adapter will work under ubuntu. I’m running ubuntu Following the above-mentioned howto doesn’t require you to do anything with your kernel like recompile.
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Unterminated quoted string make: When I try to use this compiled driver a get a kernel panic. Or are the deb file are still cached in my computer? No more commandline stuff and no more dropped connections. Walther Zwart wahez wrote on I am not able to get a stable wireless connection. I made a quick script that test ping and rmmods and re insmod when 1148f fails. I really don’t think this is a duplicate!
While the network is detected, no connection is possible in several tries. Thanx for a really sweet distro, I’m really enjoying Gutsy.
Download full text I’m having the same problems with my usb adapter. But the good news is, I tried using the serialmonkey rutilt instead of wicdand now everything works great. Nicolai Spohrer nicolai-spohrer wrote on I’m now succesfully running with the feisty kernel 2.
wireless – Ralink MTU (f) Wi-Fi adapter installation – Ask Ubuntu
I’ve tried compiling stuff from the serialmonkeys to ralinks STA drivers. I have the same problem as Sionide with the same output with lsusb.
Hi Tim, I installed your deb and my belkin usb adapter now works. Have you tried the RUtilT wireless utility? I recently installed ubuntu To Be Filled By O. Explanation are at http: See the logs attached above 4 Removing and reconnecting the stick does not help.
To make sure any of these works, you have to make sure you have updated binutils gcc make patch libgomp glibc-headers glibc-devel kernel-headers kernel-devel dkms installed. See the logs attached above 4 Removing and reconnecting the stick does not help This is what i have done before booting today, the WIFI suddenly works with the buggy USB Stick, which might be related to the mysterious fix: RobotHumans 5, 1 13 The connection fails during the webserver is transmitting the site.
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This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the bug description. And to think I bought this adapter because it is one of the few that supposedly works out of the box on Ubuntu thanks a lot, wiki. I hope I can help you to solve that problem. Previous error 148d with Ubuntu Hardy Heron version [