On Dec 3, On Dec 2, 6: Benjamin Geese ben on Debian does not provide ready-made packages for compat-wireless so you will have to download it from linuxwireless. I’ve got a strange behaviour this evening: Or are the deb file are still cached in my computer?
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Intellinet Wireless G USB Adapter With Detachable Antenna
Would it be possible for you to test the latest upstream kernel? Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
usb – How to use Ralink RT/RT as wifi access point in Debian Linux – Super User
Benjamin Geese, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available following https: Thomas 3 Or 148r the deb file are still cached in my computer? Thanx for a really sweet distro, I’m really enjoying Gutsy.
I’m now succesfully running with the feisty kernel 2. According to post of Tue Oct 09, there was a patch that correct the error of “register busy”. Walther Zwart wahez wrote on I installed Hardy alpha 2. However it seems to me the error is related somehow to dhcp services or more complicated then i thought.
Having similar issues with rt73usb on Ubuntu 7.
wireless – Ralink MTU (f) Wi-Fi adapter installation – Ask Ubuntu
Device is fully-supported using driver ‘forcedeth’. I’m running ubuntu Installed on 0 days ago InstallationMedia: Selected rate control algorithm ‘simple’ [ When Update Manager installs a later linux-image, after the required reboot, you must re-compile: You 14f my day and dragged me out of hell!!
I have tried installed wicd, but it does not help. For example, I just download the deb file and use the usb stick to copy from another computer I have to manually download the deb?
I really don’t think this is a duplicate! 273
This just means you are supposed to give the path to the patch file. I can imagine its quite urgent, considering the load of rt devices there are out there all using the Ralink rt73 f: Have you tried the RUtilT wireless utility? My issues are exactly same with Sionide. I even tried the deb above. But this will change, according to http: I had to do things by commandline. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on Here’s a thread where they discuss options and some working hardware configurations: