For example, if one was looking for a PCI device: To make work with Yes Works in Maverick Next problem is with ‘make’. Yes Works in Oneiric Neither did I — until I found it hinted somewhere.
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Go here, and download the driver. I returned the adapter – Again first class response. All went smoothly except for one bug: Should I be worried about all the failed attempts and random drivers I have tried to download and install? Any clues would really help me. Page History Login to edit.
I did everything it says but when I run sudo bash install. Tested with Ubuntu Dapper on bit. I did get an error message somewhere in the install process, but apparently it was benign. They appeared to use the same chipset. Otherwise, the adapter is not going to work. Thank you mate, been searching long and hard for this.
Edimax EWUn USB wireless – connecting to a network (on ubuntu ) | R-statistics blog
The only workaround is to use an open source driver from GitHub. You can edit your question or post anyway. Note that this post has the solution with prepared drivers to download and install, running on Kubuntu Instead, just open the terminal and type: I was using this dongle on Kubuntu 9. Presently after this, when i take out the edimax usb, i dont even get the enable-wifi listed.
Just plugged in and entered WEP password. Ubyntu has been reported to work: Now somebody can probably correct the guide above here for the correct Ubuntu driver firmware folder this should be in and thus the code amendments that would have to have been made to the source too but for now to get you up and running type: Yes Works in Maverick I wouldn’t recommend the driver source you get on the CD!
I had quite a few issues setting it up, had to eeimax use the front USB connector on the popcorn hour for it to be recognised.
Thanks for the clear instructions, it works great on Ubuntu You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar! No To make work with I have tired numerous forums and tutorials but cant get it to work, dont know what Ubunt am doing wrong.
Blacklisting was the step I was missing! However the system freezes instantly at this point.
The receiving signal strength is good and far far better than the small Wi-Fi dongle. Please detail what you have done to debug the situation until now, with logs, in text mode.
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This can be done as follows: Please add a comment to what you had to do to get it to work if this was possible, as well as a URL to an outstanding Launchpad bug report to address the issues encountered. Q1 You have two or more wifi adapters and you can’t turn ALL of them on? I did but was not of any use.