Note that this post has the solution with prepared drivers to download and install, running on Kubuntu Here are the instructions I use: After a new kernel or linux-image do as follows: Ralink Ralink RTW chipset can be used with rt73 drivers chipset: RT wireless cards etc. Newer RT driver from Ralink compiles, but card is not recognized.

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Beans Distro Kubuntu Hard freeze when rtl module loads Bug Email required Address never made public. Notify me of new comments via email. You are commenting using your WordPress. This site uses cookies. No Works with But by god they know how to make the installation of sodding device drivers easy. Install Edimax Wireless Yes Tested in Results 1 to 4 of 4.

[ubuntu] Edimax EWUg Driver and driver support

Asking such users to compile their own drivers is a blasted joke, and a cruel one at that. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Works “out of the box” Yes – It works perfectly with no manual modifications, or degraded performance.


July 10th, 1. Had to compile the Ralink drivers for RT and blacklist the rt and rt2x00 modules.

No Works with 8. After a new edi,ax or linux-image do as follows: Avoid anything with this chip. Originally Posted by dcforeman. Partners Support Community Ubuntu.

But not with ubuntu, I’ve downloaded the linux drivers from the Edimax website, I’ve read the readme file, followed it through as best as my linux knowledge allows. Sensible or user friendly.

I saved it in my user dir: Aniket G on Oracle forms — webutil: Miquel Coll on Apache error log: This site uses cookies. July 10th, 3.

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Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Join 36 other followers. Recent Comments Miquel Coll on Apache error log: Ubuntu provided the solution in a nice neat graphical interface explaining exactly what I had to do.