Linksys N USB wireless adaptor install? There is an INF file in the disc called netcu. The USB ports may be disabled. Please start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new account. I have recently moved to Ubuntu and its amazing. Maybe I need to try the older one again. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Your adapter may also be the same as this fellow Ubuntu user: You might be able to use the cabextract command or open the EXE as an archive to extract ubungu out. What would they probably look like?
RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters
Or the USB port may have become unsoldered. There seems to be a native Linux driver should ndiswrapper not work, note the similarities here: Ubuntu hbuntu – No LSB modules are available.
Also, it seems to have started acting up when I switched to the newer version of the adapter.
Maybe I need to try the older one again. I read on an ubuntu forum they had to apply the following fix:.
WifiDocs/Device/F7D – Community Help Wiki
The drivers are in the kernel already. You want to get your wireless adapter working.
Please start posting anonymously – your entry will be published after you log in or create a new account. I am not sure of any equivalent package of “linux-headers-generic build-essential” for Fedora so at the moment do only these.
Please edit your question and add output of lsusb terminal command. You can then choose it in the network manager indicator.
Paste the output of lspci – preferably lspci -vvv -s [wireless-adapter] where [wireless-adapter] is the number at the front of the line that describes your device. Nope, still not recognizing the device. Also, your lsusb output is insufficient, is it a USB adapter? Please open a terminal and do: Linksys N USB wireless adaptor install?
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