LINUX LINKSYS WUSB600N DRIVER
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Glad it worked for you. Thanks for your reply! However I have been unable to get it to connect at N speeds. The drivers are available for Linux and have already been mentioned once in this thread.
Save the changes you made and exit gedit. If you need any more help — please just ask. Having a problem logging in? I have been able to get the device to work. No added packages were required. I think I’m going to play with Live CD to see Wusb60n They both are my questions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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Crap it started to work. There was someone who mentioned in this thread that they tried to compile the driver and could not.
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From what I tried and read on the subject — no, it unfortunately does not seem to support packet injection. I’m on my way from Windows 7 to Debian 6. You are commenting using your WordPress. Join Date Sep Beans 3.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The most current version on the ralink site is: Will it be supported without additional drivers or what they are called? The discussion that I refer to in this message is over a year old. Follow up question here: I tried Ubuntu, Debian, etc. You have to compile the drivers on your own from the command line in Linux and install them. Sign up using Facebook. The actual device id can be found using lsusbso basically this applies to any device.
I put the 2. I got a light. Last edited by mickeyboa; at For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
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October 8th, 4. Those work really well though and still compile cleanly for a 3.
I played around with 2. Does Debian 6 support it?