No flashing light, no connections listed. I friend of mine the wireless expert has offered to help today so hopefully we can get this going. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Then I followed the guide up until ndiswrapper -l. Sorry, but this forum is all volunteer. Another lot may have given up on Linux altogether, even a hundredth of the original number would still make for a thriving community.
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In addition, no matter what the thread you quoted said, you DON’T need to compile ndiswrapper.
They’re installer files for Linux. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Please do not post duplicates, it dilutes community effort.
Here is a better package that might work better. Join Date Dec Beans Hidden! Now following the zr9001u instructions on this thread to get my WUA working: But I gave up on the adapter because I don’t want to use 32 bit Ubuntu in the first place. June 15th, I hope you read this: For more direct interaction you can try IRC http: Should’ve reread the thread sooner.
June 16th, WNA Wireless Adapter issues Hi, we are going to try to get the second device to work, sorry that I was not on much yesterday I attended an online class for two hours about wireless drivers so I can better help people on the forum then I had to go to the A9r001u.
Another lot may have given up on Linux altogether, even a hundredth of the original number would still make for a thriving community.
Datasheet for Qualcomm Atheros AR9001U-2NX
Use bit Ubuntu the bit version really doesn’t gain you much in Linux – it’s not Windows in that regard as recommended. You need to read the list of adapters that are known to work with Ubuntu first, and you need to know the ar9001i, not just make and model as sometimes the chipset changes. In addition you need the actuall.
I don’t know why, but I don’t really have the time or patience 22nx test it further, but it always did so on 32 bit windows, and on a 64 bit system with 32 bit java installed, etc.
What exactly is a deb, and where can I get the one s I need?
OvisLink AirLive X.USB
I know the device is detected thanks to lsusb, but I don’t have any idea how to make it detect connections. In addition, instead of using the command line for ndiswrapper, where one little misstep can lead to some work, install ndisgtk from the repositories as well: Join Date Jun Beans Since I’m just a newbie, I don’t really know any other ways of detecting the device, but the other thing I did was check up on the icon in the upper right.
But enough of the rant. Considering the fact that 1.
ARU-2NX datasheet & applicatoin notes – Datasheet Archive
Page 3 of 3 First 1 af9001u 3 Jump to page: But so far my thread has gotten the attention of three others, and only one of them stuck around. Check this link, 2nd from bottom. I’d remove the current.
Whatever it is, it might be the reason for my current issue, being, it just won’t work. At this point, with the attitude you have presented, nobody will go out of their way to help you.