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Belkin N300 Micro Wireless USB Adapter – P-f7d2102
Under that directory is what I assume we refer to as the “kernel tree” — long list of subdirectories and 4 files. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Having a problem logging in? Do any of the many Linux distros support usb wireless adapters.
Can you point to some guidance for me? I tried a second time with “ls -la” before the echo command, but that time it did oops when I issued the echo command.
View LQ Wiki Contributions. Mon Jan 07, wire,ess Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. Please edit your question and add output of lsusb terminal command.
linix No such device Trying to debug the connection further only makes sense, if you can at least scan and find your AP successfully. Hello, I’ve been offered a USB wireless interface.
I’ve tryed all the suggestions in this discussion and in this forum, but Maybe I can get something useful out of dmesg. Hal, You have different hardware to the one discussed here.
Donations Please support your operating system’s further development: Find More Posts by Timothy Miller. Most folks who are new to Linux and have aapter command line experience aren’t going to know how to do that or want to be bothered with it.
Sun Jan 13, 9: Yes, your first command shows a problem: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Last edited by dibl on Last edited by beachboy2; at Hosting by Gossamer Threads Inc. Is there more to know? Last edited by wagscat; at Ksb times are GMT – 12 Hours.
Mon Jan 14, 3: Unfortunately, I’m not finding a wlan0 with ceni, with ru or rtlcu. I seem to see different messages when I boot with the Belkin adapter plugged in at boot time, versus when I hotplug it and then work with it.
adapter – Connecting Belkin n micro wireless USB Adaptor – Ask Ubuntu
Not usually what you run into when you grab a distribution. I am leaning towards Ubuntu or mint. I’m not sure, but they seem to be the same thing, because the ‘rtlcu’ becomes ‘ru’ after unzipping. It looks like the permissions belkun the files in that directory are a problem for root to make changes.
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