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In particular, I don’t want to use ndiswrapper. According to Ralink’s website this driver ought to work with 2. Any suggestions on what I’m doing wrong? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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For example Intel chips can do it. Anybody know if this driver is going to be in the main kernel anytime soon? It has linux support.
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There is a list at the official Linux Wireless wiki. This guide was written for Kubuntu 8. Join Date Jul Beans 1, July 7th, 4.
I’d prefer the drivers for the chipset to be available in the “current” kernel. In Kali Linux you can do it this way:.
I would go to Jaunty but I have an Intel built-in video card that get’s blown up every time I try to update to Jaunty can’t get a login screen As you point out, it solves the problem of compatibility once you know that your device is