This driver is provided with Debian 7. A2 OK, where do I get the latest carl driver? I did get help from the Linux Wireless community and the Debian community. I am new to Linux and I am really trying to embrace Linux, but problems like these are giving me hard time. It should look like this:
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carl – Debian Wiki
Results 1 to 10 of To find out if this module is loaded you can use the lsmod command. Done The following extra packages will be installed: December 7th, 2.
I go to the linux-wireless page and it says to install from the test git. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct.
Atheros AR9170 devices (ar9170usb)
A2 What chipset does it have? This is Ubuntu Studio Processing triggers for man-db Join Date Apr Beans 1. I got only three hits qith this query. Anyone have some actual instructions how to disable the old arusb driver and replace with the carl driver?
Little did I know that this revision comes with a Ralink chipset. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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A2 In dsa-160 Ubuntu Studio Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. June 21st, These are from a DWA B1 revision. Will there be a way in the future to reinstall these drivers for the DWA that is much easier and less time consuming?
You can’t use [code] tags in comments, this is not a forum. I’m not very good with Linux.
Atheros AR9170 devices (carl9170)
A2 it usually autorecovers, ive found though that torrents will cause my connection to hang after a short while. I have used this website to install the driver for DWA http: I’m new to Linux, but as I understand it, these are like If your device is listed as device ID you can use lsusb -v -s to see full details about that device, or only lsusb -v to see full details about all devices. I have seen some posts that the A2 may use the Ralink driver RT but need to be sure.
While doing the make install, the entire list of wireless modules said it couldn’t be found. I found this, but there seemed to be some problems with access to the the lib-folder.
This device requires the rtusb kernel driver to be present on the system. My kernel version at that moment was 3.
Tim Looks to me like you are using the lspci -k command to accomplish pretty much the same thing as with the lsusb -v command. Then post the part of the output for your wireless card.