To find out if you have compiled the driver, look in the directory from which you just ran make. Here are two ways to fix it. Hi there, I have just installed Ubuntu Hi Jon, This bug was reported a while ago and there hasn’t been any activity in it recently. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on
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Dear tomlohave, Could you please explain how to make it work with ndiswrapper?
Ralink RT2501/RT2561, RT2600/RT2661 (RT61) devices
linjx The drivers did work for the wireless flawlessly when I had Windows XP installed on this laptop. Status changed to Confirmed. Because I had to hack a non-working MakefileI’m not sure that it ever worked perfectly. Was workin before upgradint to natty with this option on kernel boot: Edit this file as root: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
RaLink RT/RT61 g Card Linux Installation
Unsupported series, setting status to “Won’t Fix”.
I booted into my old kernel and still have the problem. I’ll have a look at the forums unless you had the same problem and solved it. The odd thing is that during installation, the wifi was detected and connected without any problems to linud access point. No such file or directory.
RaLink RT2561/RT61 PCI Wireless Card Linux Installation
It will allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue. It was wide-open, with no WEP or access control. I fixed it using these steps: Removing all wireless linyx and modprobe again would get WiFi working for about 1 minute.
In my case, the RTLce. The time now is Unfortunately, there is too much electrical noise occurring at the junction box and so the libux would get scramled. Jeremy Foshee jeremyfoshee on Failing the above, one cast iron way to get your internet working is to use something called powerline adapters.
Bug # “RaLink RT/RT61 g PCI not working” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Hi there, I have just installed Ubuntu Apologies if it has reached you inappropriately; please just reply to this message indicating so. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. This particular card, however, seems to have slipped throught that particular net.
You can install ndiswrapper from the software centre and there are plenty of guides on the internet on how to use it. I’m having the same issue with rt61pci. I tried compiling the driver supplied by RaLink – it won’t compile on 9. I just installed Maybe this means they will work for you!
These assumptions are not correct for Debian. Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on