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Then I followed a link to see which of the 2 wireless types I have. Add these 2 lines as shown below. It seems to happen when I’m sshed into the machine, but it could just be coincidence. So hopefully this works and if anyone else has any ideas or something to add to what I plan on doing would be great I hope i didn’t bore anyone. For users that experience kernel updates that result in broken wireless.
Post as a guest Name. I appreciate the effort to help, and I see you’ve done a lot of research on wireless in Linux. Alpha RTL drops connection on Please, respond yourself with your answer and accept it for close the post. Its possible your results could be better than mine.
I like going FAST! I have been using it for months without issue.
I also don’t ljnux any issues when booting into Windows 7. PSK Cell 03 – Address: Cell 01 – Address: Here’s what I did: Thanks You appear to be using a windows driver through ndiswrapper, not the native Linux driver that we’ve been discussing here.
What is the native linux driver? Use “lsusb” in terminal to locate your card model.
CONFIG_RTL8187: Realtek 8187 and 8187B USB support
Make sure that the script will “exit 0” on success or any other value on error. Email Required, but never shown. Also, I was getting No probe response Rtl is a very bad chip for get a stable connection.
Lknux I do know that the driver we have been using in 8. While in chat simply enter!
My wireless connection keeps dropping after about 10 minutes. My connection with this method is really slow.
NVM file name charp parm: Now I’m trying hard again to make it work. Signal strength is accurately displayed. To all that have provided model numbers. Customer ID is 0xFF [ 8.
wireless – Alpha RTL drops connection on (server) – Ask Ubuntu
This How-to mostly applies to Ubuntu 8. I never did realize there could be a native Linux driver when so many were using ndiswrapper.
Are you guys running this on a or bit architecture? Needless to say, I’m not getting wireless.