From my experience with realtek with another sound driver, I wouldn’t expect their answer. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. And yes, 54Mbps, try it. To be sure, that article is over four years old. In short i have less timeouts on the newer driver.
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After trying a bit i managed to compile the driver and load the modules.
Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. Also, Realtek released a new driver, but I haven’t been able to download it yet.
wifi – FreeBSD setup RTLSE wireless NIC – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
I’m curious to see how the linux kernel will merge the rtlse’s ieee stack with the existing kernel’s stack. It turns out none of my troubles were related to the driver.
Page History Login to edit. Dax and Yannick You tip works great! Where can I find the fix? To be sure, that article is over four years old.
The latest drivers works perfectly fine with MSI Wind. No more TX desc, returning 2f of 2f Did you try ‘sudo ifconfig wlan0 up’, or whatever your wlan device is. Yeah, that’s very strange.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_RTL Realtek / PCI support
Not that I know it makes a difference but be aware. Or anything similar to that. BB code linu On. But, after Julien’s trick – does it begin to work correctly?
Realtek RTL8180, RTL8185, RTL8187, RTL8187B, RTL8187SE devices
All times are GMT Alex, WPA Personal was working fine for a fair while. No more TX desc, returning 33 of 33 The good news is, I have received a further updated driver directly from Realtek. I’ll be curious to know how well it works, as I don’t have a realtek card in my wind anymore.
Then run sudo depmod and sudo modprobe r I left my machine powered off for about an hour, llinux again, and now it’s working.
I did previously manage to connect to a WPA personal network with the same setup, without any such problems. Jeffrey Seguerra jepong wrote on It most certainly is.
In short i have less timeouts on the newer driver.
Not perfect but it does allow you to use the driver. I can’t kill processes, new windows don’t open and so on. After 10 seconds it checks again.
CONFIG_RTL8187SE: RealTek RTL8187SE Wireless LAN NIC driver
The easiest way to get going is to simply boot the Ubuntu 8. I however need instructions on how to install the driver Goldenear goldenear wrote on Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. Last edited by thorkelljarl; at