There seems to be a consensus that the rt2x00 module is unusable, and I can’t see any reason why users would want an unusable module as the default. Moshe Feldman moshe-feldman said on Tim Gardner timg-tpi on Anyway, doing away with having to compile the divers to continue each Ubuntu installation is excellent work. I’have configured the ndiswrapper with the rt73 driver and connected with the usbdevid.
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wireless still not recognized after running ndiswrapper/ ndisgtk
Did you post this in your ralink linux forum? GConf server is not in use, shutting down.
Sorry, this was for the rt chip rt2x00pci driver. But I’m sorry to tell you that the compilation gets errors. Neil Wallace rowinggolfer wrote on For the full changelog refer to: Ralink driver is under heavy development.
SDB:USB Wireless Adpater Using Ralink RT73 Chipset (DWL-G) – openSUSE Wiki
The newest Gutsy and Hardy kernel still generates problems with ralink card. Please visit this page to clear all Levep cookies. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Under Feisty it’s fine for me. If may be already solved, but I’m quite sure this can’t be done or is ohe hard to do in this kernel version. Does anyone else get this?
Entered wep settings via via properties button. DHCP does not work. What is going on here fellas.
chipset level one wnc usb?
Legacy driver can also be used with WPA, it’s just a different manner of setting things up. Ben Leve ben-collins on The computers were very near one another though. If it is a USB card, sometimes lsusb does the trick.
Thanks for your help. These are my results: English Edit question Status: This is by no way meant as if we do want to drop the subject. The user will have the choice between legacy and new driver by means of blacklisting as llevel Feisty. Is there some more manual tweaking required to get this flying?
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problem with wifi adapter LevelOne wnc0301usb v3 [RT73]
I upgraded from Hardy via the upgrade tool by the way, but it all worked under Gutsy. The newest Gutsy kernel still generates problems with ralink card. I posted some time ago my information: Frankly, if you’re connected to the internet, there’s simply no excuse for this level of ignorance.
Nothing interesting in XOrg log. Compiling driver form rtsource with every kernel upgrade is rather unhandy. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Provide an answer of your own, or ask Moshe Feldman for more information if necessary.