Ich werde das mit Ndiswrapper mal probieren auch wenns kompliziert klingt. Error – Failed to request Firmware. There is a workaround for this problem. Martin Pitt pitti on I’ll look at hardy a little more closely when I get a chance. Changed in linux Ubuntu: We want to fix this for everyone out of the box after all.
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Everything else drivers from the staging directory or from Ralink’s website is a workaround. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Changed in linux-firmware Ubuntu: DWA This user’s hardware version: Surprisingly backports-modules for hardy is missing rtusb and rtpci modules so the new firmware really has got nothing to do there yet. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
The rt drivers expect firmware for RTx chipsets to be found in rt This also works, but not as good as the one from linux-firmware. Error – Failed to request Firmware.
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Ralink Treibermodul bauen und in das System einbinden: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. This prints a much better chip info: Download full text 4. There aren’t any big differences between what is in staging and what is available directly from the Ralink website, architecturally speaking. So if an issue is fixed there nothing more needs to be done about that. In look back, Linux has made a good progress in hardware support.
This will automatically take care of any interference issue in oneiric once it switches to 3.
Hallo und willkommen bei uu. Looking good so far.
I looked up the staging directory in the new kernel 3. Successful use It appears that daa-140 behaviour described above is due to a default low number of “retries” for retransmission of packets in the face of radio frequency interference. If you are able please test against hardy with compat-wireless and report the results back here.
Fertig build-essential ist schon die neueste Version. The compat-wireless packages for lucid will suffer from the exact same bug here.
Ralink says it is backward compatible, so older drivers that load the new firmware should be fine: Tested the new linux-firmware package from natty-proposed, works pretty.
Don’t be surprised please ;- That should be 2. Jetzt bin ich zu voreilig gewesen. Again, from the source see my previous comment: Btw, I have found some output from such a DWA with compat-wireless with debugging enabled. Tested on LP and