Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. The real question is, what else needs to be done to add support for the ? I just tried the latest Windows XP driver with ndiswrapper as well, but ndisgtk just says “Hardware present: I seem to have the latest 2. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Sign up using Email and Password.

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Scanning works perfectly but I cannot connect to any encrypted networks with network manager.

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Linksys WUSB600N v2

The driver works for this adapter too, in fact they both share the same chipset: The Ralink driver does not work even after adding the usb-id and neither does ndiswrapper. Linkshs, just here to confirm problems with It often slows right down to a crawl.

I will also include the same capture, but for the wired connection, here you will see that there are no TCP retransmissions. Cksco, the RF chipset for this card is still not implemented in rt2x I have run out of ideas myself, and are about to give up altogether on using wireless with Linux. Follow the instructions as he laid out.

Linksys WUSB600N

I just tried with the same changes made by Yohann and I’m up and running albeit a little slower than expected. I have no problem of connection.

Others may require minor tweaks, but should work as well. I’ll try to attach a screenshot later. I have added the One user could not get his device to work by putting this line in the RT35xx section. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

I hope BabyStuey doesn’t mind me posting this, seems to have everyone up and running but me. I really hope that this driver will work soon for the I’ve tested this thoroughly on both Jaunty and Karmic. ISO images are available from http: I hope this will help someone.


I’ve only tried it with a g network, and haven’t really moved data yet, so I don’t know if it’ll keep working. I’m not sure of the extent of modification to that driver that would be needed to support this card, if it’s even a true rt; but it seems like any company or individual who possesses the hardware documentation and a kernel hacker would be able to get this going.

But if the action is in Linksys’ court, I’m linkssys sure they would help us at all.

networking – Linksys wusbn support on Debian-6 – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

I see that Yohann’s connection is connecting using The “iwpriv” commands say: Alejandro Vaquero alejandrovaquero wrote on My frustration is now gone. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches wusb6600n you type.

The attached dmesg is what happens when I try to authenticate with the Windows controller details, once installed, shows it is using this file: Oh yea and two more questions.

Now compile the driver by running make and install it you need superuser privileges by running sudo make install Connect or reconnect your WUSBNv2 to your computer, and it should light up.

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