You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Hi, just here to confirm problems with Either way, it’s working and that’s a pretty good holiday present. I was thinking to upgrade to Thank you so much for this invaluable piece of information!
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Bug # “Linksys By Cisco WUSBN v2 Doesn’t Work” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
They are distinct chipset models for a reason: I’m new at this myself but definately willing to learn. As the attached patch is not for the ubuntu packages I have removed the patch designation from it. I’ve downloaded the latest driver from Ralink dated ISO images are available from http: Error – Failed to allocate device. Email me about changes to this bug report.
BoboKrull jesper-ferm wrote on I was thinking to upgrade to Sometimes connection hangs though and cannot recover from suspension. I’m using version 9. It will indeed work in Windows 7; all it takes is downloading the newest Windows XP driver, installing that through the NDIS-wrapper in the newest release of Ubuntu, then installing Xen or VMWare on top of that, and finally running Windows 7 and Internet Explorer to one’s heart’s content using the virtualized network device.
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.
Linksys WUSBN Ultra RangePlus Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter Overview – CNET
Comment on this change optional. Okay it finally gave up the ghost about 12 hours ago.
Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on Or wifi still not working? This is the reason i wanted to even try running ubuntu.
Linksys WUSB600N Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter Driver 22.214.171.124 for Windows 7
I have read that the drivers won’t compile on a 64 bit system but i’ve compiled up to the last two upgrades. Thank you so much for this invaluable piece of information!
In Precise, to get this device to work, install linux-backports -modules- cw Thank you for your understanding. I have am using the 5Ghz band. It could conceivably start to work again temporarily if the machine were completely powered off, but it may also have been a mere coincidence that it ever worked in the first place. Follow the instructions as he laid out.
I just tried the latest Windows XP driver with ndiswrapper as well, but ndisgtk just says “Hardware present: But if the action is in Linksys’ court, I’m not sure they would help us at all.
I can confirm this adapter works flawlessly out-of-the-box with Fedora 16, blue LED and everything.
I tried the ndiswrapper steps on a 32bit machine Thinkpad z60t and still doesn’t work. I seem to have the latest 2.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on One file is for the wireless result, the other is for the wired 1Gbps result The other possible issue I am seeing is with the data transfer rate. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, However, building and installing linux-next compat-wireless from http: I’m quite knew with linux but I have tried to apply this guide http: Wusb6000n case scenario, the same steps for