Please check the settings in the router. Please tell us the issue you have and let’s work on the basic problem. I also have better luck with a fixed channel, either 1, 6 or 11, rather than automatic channel selection. Initializing cgroup subsys cpuset May 26 Moreover, I know of no driver that actually compiles and installs. You might also turn off power saving in Network Manager.
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Im trying to update the driver for realtek usb wifi adapter. Sign up using Email and Password.
realtek 0bda RTLSU driver update – Ask Ubuntu
I’ve read that wifi drivers needs to be reinstalled every after kernel updates, are all kernel updates equal or should i only be reinstalling after a specific kernel update was done? It is possible for elrepo team to provide lknux driver package for this device? What info I have to feedback?
Please check the settings in the router. Please tell us the issue you have and let’s work on the basic problem.
Did you reboot the system? Notes burakkucat administrator The following files are currently syncing to the elrepo-testing repository and should be available within the next half-hour — src: Moreover, I know of no driver that actually compiles and installs.
Any failures should be reported directly to Realtek unless it is the result of an error in our packaging. After making these changes, reboot the router.
CONFIG_RTL8192SU: RealTek RTL8192SU Wireless LAN NIC driver
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Also, be certain the router is not set to use N speeds only; auto B, G and N is preferred.
How about the regulatory domain? You might also turn off power saving in Network Manager. That is why Im changing the driver update method into a non-ndiswrapper method. Centaur CentaurHauls May 26 I have the exact same problem. Does that help at all? All being well, there should be a package for you to test within the next 48 hours. Email Required, but never shown. We don’t have access to the hardware to test further and bugs should probably be reported upstream to the Realtek driver devs, not ourselves as packagers of their drivers.
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