How do I install a propriety device driver? Kev 20 February, at Nicu 7 March, at 2: Find More Posts by jdkaye. Current RCR settings 0xe20e rtlxU: This is not working for me.

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That post is quite old, so it might not be relevant any more. Is this going to break when my ubuntu kernel updates? He gave me the afore mentioned Billion device. Just another Linux geek. You should see something like this:. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. Thanks Thanks for your reply.

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Find More Posts by jdkaye. The device should now work with NetworkManager, etc.

If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Obviously not a real choice! If so, boot to your older kernel for a while, or build the driver yourself, or create an akmod instead of kmod. Chris 4 February, at 9: Thanks for your reply.


Debian Testing Amd64 Posts: That is the really annoying thing with bad wifi support for linux from manufacturers. BB code is On.

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Chris 5 December, at Drivers can be download via the links below: If you need to reset 30111n password, click here.

Then copy the files called something like rtlsfw. The installation disk has a Linux driver on it but the installation program on the disk only works for Windows.

Tom 5 December, at 2: LoadStaus 2rtlxU: Backtrack version 5 Broadcom propriety driver issues. So John bought another USB wireless dongle. Thank you so much for this! I shelved it for a while, until bpiac bloke called Terry Polzin on the Fedora list today posted a request for help with getting a Realtek S U working.

Anyway, so now I need a USB wireless dongle for my machine and I asked John biapc buy one of his spare ones from him he has four or five.


Can you make sure that the kmod package installed matches your kernel? Chris 30 June, at 8: Originally Posted by Tigerbait Thanks for your reply. Visit the following links: Thanks for the reply. Now, you should have a wireless device and network interface, which you can check with iwconfig and ifconfig -a. In the column named Devices on the left hand side of the desktop 3011 Linux shows the device as Bipac N along with the hard drivefloppy drive and computer.