To get this card to work, follow the following tutorial: Worked after tweaking settings as described here with Ubuntu Have you brought your interface up before scanning for ssid’s? Originally Posted by Ztcoracat I’m looking through this Google search to see if I can make sense of how to get your wireless card working. So it seems like it’s still a bug. The drivers are from the Ralink.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To get this card to work, follow the following tutorial: Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on Join our community pinux If the issue still remains even after this, I’d encourage you to also try installing the latest compat-wireless stack from upstream – http: And second, wicd kept thinking the wireless interface was ath0 instead of wlan0. October 1st, 7.
Index of /pub/Wireless/DWL-G/Drivers/Linux driver
I really don’t know what a “standard” debian install is, since I’ve only done netinstalls in the last 6 or so years, so it’s been a LONG time since I’ve seen whats in a default install. Once I fixed these, the wireless started working. Works with aircrack after patching.
Note that at least with 2. Kernel driver in use: Please let us know your results.
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Linux – Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking. Are you using a network manager network-mangager, wicdor are you using the standard network files? Originally Posted by Ztcoracat I’m looking through this Google search to see if I can make sense of how to get your wireless card working.
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Alternatively, if you have network-manager installed which you do, if you have the gui installedit’s probably taking management of the wireless for itself, you could try running nmtui to configure it using network-manager.
DWL-G and Debian 8.
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Driver – For a PCI device: I restarted, and reinstalled ath5k through compat- wireless- 27, and restarted again.
Look for “RT61”, D-Link product name is not mentioned.
That should make the card work. Has issues with Natty amd Works “out of the box” Yes – It works perfectly with no manual modifications, or degraded performance.
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I know that my wifi card uses the acx drivers. Works in Karmic Koala 9.