They have a stick that uses the same chipset as the Linksys and provide drivers that work, you just have to change the recognized IDs. There has something changed but the make still produces tons of errors: Neither does it spit out any useful error messages, so I guess I could be excused. Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. Partners Support Community Ubuntu. That should pull in the necessary dependencies.

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Getting the Linksys WUSBN ver. 2 working on Fedora

Weird… light on the adapter turns on once you load the module? Hi Guys, So could it be, that the only stable version of RT is 2.

If you need to reset your password, click here. This guide was horrible at explaining stuff. My last experience with Suse is like from 10 years ago — maybe try installing linux-kernel-headers and see if this fixes the issue for you.

Post as a guest Name. What a pain in the as getting it to work. I tried and frankly, I failed. Sat, 04 Sep There has something changed but the make still produces wusb6000n of errors: I got a light. I just did what you said above to get it running for the 2. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Find More Posts by Gemmaaufi. What does cd stand for?! Results 1 to 4 of 4. The time now is These days very few devices outright won’t work.


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From what I tried and read on the subject — no, it wus600n does not seem to support packet injection. Maybe I can make something out of it…. If anyone has any luck getting the adapter to work in a bit environment, please let me know!

It is possible, however, to compile a working driver. Even more so as it does not support the 5 GHz band.

I copied what was said when I did the compile. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. One user could not get his device to work by putting this line in the RT35xx section. October 8th, 4.