This question is clearly an XY question then Strange error after make. Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. Navid Mitchell navid-mitchellsoftware wrote on I ran “make” after extracting the archive that you attached. Looks like people are having luck with this driver Hi David, seems it was a fault of mine, I was trying to connect in a place of my University where I was sure there should have been Wi-Fi access, and instead there was no AP at all!
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As you mentioned, I’ll check the driver with the kernel 2. If you need to reset your password, click here.
I know we can always change the rate manually but will it go further? The problem is still here for me running any version of this driver either from Ubuntu or Realtek themselves. Just to add a little more information to this, I’ve tried the following without any success: Last edited by extraweb1; at Hello; i just installed ubuntu Sign up using Email and Password.
For me, today, in Lucid, with kernel. The driver has only been checked with 32bit realtem here, and will check with the 64bit platform further.
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Ivo Sir ivo-sir wrote on I’m not having problems using this wlan. If that is the case, for this set of drivers that doesn’t seem to work. BTW, I’m running Karmic with the 2.
I am on a toshiba x running Ubuntu It has nothing to do with “the router”. I have llinux problems at all with the connection on my Windows computers.
[ubuntu] Realtek Wireless LAN card driver rtlse problems
I’ve installed the So basically I’d just enable bluetooth, not the WLAN – on setting it to light blue and using the Win2k driver, the card’s working really well. I executed the “find” commands to remove the old files. I am up and running with the internal wireless card now: I’m wondering if I need to make another change in the Makefile to a directory location for this ‘modules’ file.
I have BT5 and have the same problem with my rt driver install from them and was wondering if you could post a step by step to get those files in that directory as i don’t see kernel but see headers or maybe you could just upload a copy of what you put in the modules folder to 4shared or something for me please.
In practice it might be marginally “safer” to stay on bit Ubuntu, while you may obtain marginally better performance on bit Ubuntu – it’s your choice. Lights off – Wireless and Bluetooth both disabled. Actually, one wireless network at the university, my machine always goes into a kernel panic as soon as the wireless connects.
The driver has been verified Ok with the kernel version of 2.
Skip to the bottom of this post for the final change I made. Thanks again for this driver. Howard Chu hyc wrote on Having a problem logging in?
Really, what I was saying it never should be router problem, and system should ideally figure it all out on its own. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
I made a update from 9. I still received the same error as before. The only issue is that my card can’t see any wireless network.