So far I can’t find a viable solution in any of them and moreover very few reports have drawn the attention of developers so what is the point of filing another new report? Do we have some manual options to obtain the interesting information? Please run it from a supported version of ubuntu for which your device does not work. I’m not quite sure where to start so first I’ll state the results of lsmod grep rt:. Visit the following links:
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I’ve attached the logs you requested. Everything else drivers from the staging directory or from Ralink’s website is a ubunti. A connection would be quickly established, but after a short time varying between 1 and 10 minutes no data would be successfully sent or recieved over the connection. If that one does still have issues then try the latest mainline stable 2.
This is a clean upstream cherry pick.
I’ll have to test it out, but acutally I have no reason to complain because I was using rtsta with that device since Lucid and it worked properly. Well, in that case it’s not going to work, right? From the staging driver loaded I assume it will be 07d1: The root of the problem is that the stick isn’t correctly identifying so the wrong driver is loaded or there is a bug in one of the subsystems libusb, udev etc.
Unfortunately, the retry limit is reset to 7 on every reboot. Accepted linux-firmware into natty-proposed, the package will build now and be available in a few hours. Please post this ID. One is based on RT and one on RT according to that list. So it looks like it is a chipset. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
So far I can’t find a viable solution in any of them and moreover very few reports have drawn the attention of developers so what is the point of filing another new report? Maybe the new firmware isn’t compatible with the module in 2.
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I wanted to do some testing on older releases because I think a SRU at least for lucid should be considered. Try with the 2. dwa1-40
But it ubunntu be great if you could put it in the right place or if you could tell me where that is. Page History Login to edit. Seth Forshee sforshee wrote on Info from PC Wizard Cwa-140 seems driver for this USB wifi adapter doesn’t work “out of the box” as said on the official Ubuntu support page.
I think there is a conflict between: Vermutlich ein Kernelupgrade von 3. Ralink Treibermodul bauen und in das System einbinden: I looked up the staging directory in the new kernel 3.
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Basically there are two sets of drivers, the “legacy” drivers developed and open sourced by Ralink and those mainly – ubungu new devices rtusb and rtpci developed by the rt2x00 project looking a lot at the legacy sources to make up for missing specs and getting answers from Ralink engineers and also increasingly getting patches sent by Ralink engineers. Einfach mal ausprobieren und den anderen ggf.
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