Unsupported Version This article applies to an unsupported version of Ubuntu. I don’t know if I post on the right forum, but I have an error make compiling the new and the old drivers. Ubuntu loads it out of the box and works great. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. It discovers the network and begins connecting, but the DHCP request times out could just be a problem with the server details and after that the whole system is broken. See attachment and check my homepage http: And also it requires too many changes to ieee stack.
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Just power off your computer for a while a minute or so and try again. Thanks for the reply. Page History Login to edit.
Attempting to compile now. Share your knowledge at the LQ Wiki. After trying a bit i managed to compile the driver and load the modules.
BTW, I have tried with ndiswrapper and winxp drivers and it works like a charm. The driver didn’t compile for the 2. If i follow your instruction, when i reboot, i can’t connect my WPA network: The authentication box keeps popping up over and over again, but I can connect to the same network from the same machine with what I believe are all the same settings in Windows.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_RTLSE: RealTek RTLSE Wireless LAN NIC driver
I’m using the new modules now, seeing how long they’re stable for. Patrice Vetsel vetsel-patrice on This bug affects 18 people. LG Marcondes lgmarcondes wrote on Sign up using Email and Password. It claims that there’s “no support for realtek rtlse”, which was true in the past.
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CONFIG_RTL8180: Realtek 8180/8185 PCI support
And as I can see, today is FeatureFreeze day in Jaunty schedule. Setting SW wep key.
The time now is But, after Julien’s trick – does it begin to work correctly? The range is also not very good. Hi, First i apologize for my bad english I’ll try to disable power management Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else.
Comment on this change optional. Well, the new drivers don’t seem to be causing system crashes, which is good.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_RTL Realtek / PCI support
Well, my comment is not very useful maybe a bit but this card works terrible. The latest drivers works perfectly fine with MSI Wind. Any soultion to this dropping problem? John Markh dragonsol wrote on I contacted Realtek by email since nobody answered this bugtrack thread, whats the point in encouraging people to post here if nobody answers?
The good news is that I haven’t had a single problem with this new driver. The easiest way to get going is to simply boot the Ubuntu 8.