The current new drivers Jan seem to work fine without needing to edit them. Join Date Nov Beans 7. Thanks for an excellent post. You will likely need a system restart later… Step 3: Same problem with BT 5 R2. I appreciate your posting this.
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I installed the driver, blacklisted the old one, then reinstalled it Worked like a charm. Only got the wireless adaptor 2 weeks ago and if I can’t get it working I’ll have to return it.
The third line puts you in the right directory, and the fourth line installs the driver. With current drivers 3.
Let me know if there is any other pertinent information to include. As mentioned, it might help to add a line saying you need to reboot.
Thanks a lot for the simple and precise explanation. Thank you, Tal, this solved it for me. Also does anyone know of any better wireless adaptors that have been confirmed as working in Ubuntu?
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My kernel is 3. It does say that it’s linux compatible, obviously just doesn’t like me!! I followed the instructions above and now it works.
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March 23rd, 6. When you say sudo bash install.
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Now that did the trick. You will likely need a system restart later…. For now at least, installing Lucid was my solution. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
I did everything it says but when I run sudo bash install. How did you get it working???
Thanks for this, works fine on Ubuntu March 7th, 5. Join Date Nov Beans 5. I just did a kernel update to 3. Can I ignore it [comment linuux out], and if not, is snmp. Skip to content I recently decided to make the plunge and install ubuntu I just extracted the archive to my desktop.
Edimax EW-7811Un USB wireless – connecting to a network (on ubuntu 11.10)
Works great with the monoprice dongle on Linux Mint Thank you for this guide. No such file or directory Ive got Version v3. Thank you very very much.
All went smoothly except for one bug: Blacklisting was the step I was missing! Same problem with BT 5 R2.