Acording some forum I even made a copy paste from Ubuntu firmware to Debian Firmware but obtain the same. I went to the nearest computer store and grabbed the first D-Link card I saw, knowing it would probably to be pain in the ass to set up in Linux. Originally Posted by afreitascs. Works “out of the box” Yes – It works perfectly with no manual modifications, or degraded performance. 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.
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Works with aircrack after patching. I confirm this card does not work with a default Hoary install: The module is created rt61, but the device ra0 is not created many thanks. Driver sources are GPL, but attached firmware files apparently carry no explicit license.
Any help will be welcome. Read the instructions for setting it up. Originally Posted by afreitascs. Works out of the box Precise. The kernel module rt You dwwa the kernel module, the firmware and then probably something like: Both LEDs working properly.
D-Link System Inc Device 3a I have installed a D’link dwa wireless card on my desktop. Refer to this forum post. Thanks a lot to those who colaborate with me. Does NOT support N speeds.
Find More Posts by kingbeowulf. WEP not yet supported for acx cards. I guess I’m confused Last edited by afreitascs; at Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Find More Posts by afreitascs. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
[SOLVED] problem with wireless network card D-Link dwa , rt61
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Thanks a lot for your help, my problem is solved DWA works perfectly on Debian Lenny, I think that the problem is I didn’t reboot my PC after hardware instalation oops!
Sorry, but I cannot reproduce your problem. Remember the vendor and device id you saved from watching the kernel log, the first value is the vendor, second is device, change them accordingly.
Device or resurce busy Acording some forum I even made a copy paste from Ubuntu firmware to Debian Firmware but obtain the same. And I want to use in a runlevel 3. Find More Posts by gnashley.
fr/rtlx – Debian Wiki
I used Drivers http: In debian 7 is not possible to use apt-get install firmware-ralink by default. Full details on getting this card working in Ubuntu are here and here. Dapper already has the required driver rt61, but needs some manual configuration. The fault seems to be related to an error in loading the firmware which is present in the hotplug firmware folder.