Visit the following links: If we don’t have something, just ask and we’ll try–we like challenges. Media Link Off [ Debian User Forums Skip to content. I wasn’t being intentionally thick.
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No assignee Edit question Last query: There is a kernel driver for Atheros USB “n” devices in recent kernels. You don’t need one.
Here are the specifications off HP’s web site: I’ll check that out So I bought 3, finally, and it turns out theoretically all work, but practically only one is currently supported i. I’ve checked a few of the other forums, but they seem to be intensive on 8.
Plug it in, type in Code:. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
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And I know that usb port is active BB code is On. And I know the 1gb stick was in there when I ran the lsusb Having a problem logging in? But, I’m trying to get my usb adapter to work Works like a dream with the rtsta driver staging in the 2.
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Can anyone help me make this adapter work on a fresh Debian?
My only suggestion is: The light comes on when the usb plugs into the computer but the computer no longer detects it. In any case, now the system is reinstalled and fresh.
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Shows it is not even detected. I was just trying to point out that the port was functional Please and thank you. I’m a total newbie to linux. If not, it’ll just be a good try; if it does work, my friend will be forever saved from Vista’s “quirks”, if one can call them that.
Help with Dynex Wireless G/Model DX-BUSB in Ubuntu 9.04…
The wireless dx-busn worked fine in win2k This thread dynwx as one of the top results when I did a google for that brand wireless adapter And none of the results seem to show that anybody has been able to get that working on Linux.
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Thats why they’ve made guides to follow. Plug it in, type in Code: I messed with the kernel boot options Here’s the lsusb now. When I buy hardware, I always tell the linhx that if this does not work on Linux, I will return it.