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I think I’ve gained some insight into why the Wireless card does not connect properly – for some airlini101 when I do an lsusb it lists the card as an atheros device even though it is a ralink chipset Any help would be appreciated.
Both by the way would connect and work at the same time.
I have tried ndiswrapper, and allowing the default drivers, but with no luck. I tried the device on two different Ubuntu systems one 32bit and one 64bit and achieved the same results on each.
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But for my sake of sanity I hit the wifi button on the laptop that ubintu supposed to turn off the internal and although the light kept going the internal shut off. Output from the two suggested commands: It still lists “Download kernel module sources from ‘Realtek’ current filename: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
Works “out of the box” Yes – It works perfectly with no manual modifications, or degraded performance.
Join Date Jul Beans I am running Ubuntu Originally Posted by Jeff So I am back now to not having the new wireless N functioning Post as a guest Name. I am not using any encryption. Rebooting did not help; I had to power-cycle to get my network back.
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When I attach it to my Ubuntu system it is recognized by the network manager and it can see my wifi network – however it is unable to connect. See full activity log. Chipset – Chipset vendor name, chipset name, vendor code, and device code.
So for anyone looking into the Airlink AWLL adapter It is a great way of adding N for those who are looking at running N but have an antiquated internal card that can’t be upgraded. It continued detect the wireless network after the reboot, but would never complete the connection.
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With just a little manual configuration, this card is functioning fine with the current drivers in Edgy. I can confirm the wifi itself works as I am typing from my laptop connected to it as we speak This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Visit the following links: I must ubutnu it is stronger ubuntuu connect to my home wifi however it doesn’t see as many access points in the neighborhood as the internal wifi had.
I am willing to debug this further if an expert will tell me how to proceed. Tags airlinknetworkusbwireless Thread Tools. Originally Posted by Jeff91 I think I’ve gained some insight into why the Wireless card does not connect properly – for some reason when I do an lsusb it lists the card as an atheros device even though it is a ralink chipset