Originally Posted by Jeff No – It doesn’t work at all, has degraded performance, or requires manual configuration to make it work. Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Took out the USB wifi airlink and rebooted, my built in atheros card now is not working, compiled and installed those drivers, rebooted and now I am back at least with the atheros G wifi. I tried the device on two different Ubuntu systems one 32bit and one 64bit and achieved the same results on each. Here is my dmesg after inserting these are the new lines.
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Linjx continued detect the wireless network after the reboot, but would never complete the connection. Went to the wiki of supported cards and selected Airlink I figure it will be better supported maybe a year from now.
First, make sure the LPD “lpdfilter” sirlink package is installed. A better networking solution is to connect the printer to a print server box that in turn connects to the network via an Ethernet connection.
Works out of the box in Breezy via the madwifi linux-restricted-kernel that is included by default. Having a problem logging in?
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No – It doesn’t work at all, has degraded performance, or requires manual configuration to make it work. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. You have to install dkms and header packages, first. May 3rd, 8.
Chipset – Chipset vendor name, chipset name, vendor code, lknux device code. As mentioned above, AirLink does not provide support Linux, but its technical support department is fairly responsive, and the support engineer did volunteer that the protocol to use was LPD.
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Aiflink think I’ve gained some insight into why the Wireless card does not connect properly – for some reason when I do an lsusb it lists the card as an atheros device even though it is a ralink chipset I looked at the packaging and at the support page, and guessed number 2, allowed to finish, and rebooted. May 1st, 6. Download kernel module sources from ‘ Realtek ‘ current filename: All times are GMT Ailrink must say it is stronger to connect to my home wifi however it doesn’t see as many access points in the neighborhood as the internal wifi had.
When I attach it to my Ubuntu system it is recognized by the network manager and it can see my wifi network – however it is unable to connect. Originally Posted by Jeff91 I think I’ve gained some insight into why the Wireless card does not connect properly – for some reason when I do an lsusb it lists the card as an atheros ljnux even though it is a ralink chipset Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
Some wlan adapter have two.
Post as a guest Name. Last Jump to page: So, there was a compelling, irresistible reason to use a wireless interface that is not supported in Linux? Be sure to substitute file name below with the version you downloaded. I was steered by a reader to this Linux Questions page, which lists many networking cards wired and wireless and how well they perform under Linux.
Search this Thread Advanced Search. Not sure why but as long as I can connect to my home setup I am ecstatic!
[SOLVED] AWLL Airlink installation help
So for anyone looking into the Airlink AWLL adapter It is a great way of adding N for those who are looking at running N but have an antiquated internal card that can’t be upgraded. Solution involves blacklisting certain kernel modules for the ra and installing the drivers from ralinktech. Now several boots later and I am solely using this new N adapter! This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
There was no error, I was asked which card I was using.