Re: Wireless usb device not working
remove all the blacklist stuff related to the rtl drivers. reboot and do
/sbin/ifconfig -a, then check for a wlan0 or other interface related to
you wifi card. after it is wlan0, do a /sbin/ifconfig wlan0 up. that
should works. you could install wicd-curse to ease things.
Em 17-11-2011 12:00, Brian escreveu:
On Thu 17 Nov 2011 at 07:51:59 -0500, Matt Harrison wrote:
I recently purchased a Linksys wireless USB device.
When I plug it in and run lsusb I see the following:
Bus 001 Device 006: ID 1737:0078 Linksys WUSB100 v2 RangePlus Wireless
Network Adapter [Ralink RT3070]
I install firmware-ralink and wireless-tools after checking the
Debian Wiki and determining that the RT3070 uses the ralink firmware
After this I ran lsmod and got the following back:
usbcore 98969 7
The kernel thinks rt2800usb is the correct driver but no network
interface is created. Maybe it has slipped up. Remove it and rt2x00usb
(rmmod or modprobe -r) and try rt2870sta.
On the other hand 1737:0078 isn't mentioned on the wiki page so support
in Squeeze may not quite up to the mark. This chipset does appear to
have given rise to problems in the past.
Works on Ubuntu? A different kernel etc.