Marten van de Sanden mart-vd-sanden wrote on I sat here and racked my brain trying to get this to work and after combing through tons of info on the subject, i managed to get it to work. The driver from 85 on wicd is still the best I’ve found, however it is prone to dropping out, sometimes regularly, sometimes not at all. After I reinstalled the ralink driver with the change to the config. I’ve had it running for about 10 hours with wicd managing the wifi and it hasn’t dropped out once.
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In Precise, to get this device to work, install linux-backports -modules- cw After following your instructions, I am getting “Invalid module format” wusb60n the sudo modprobe command.
Hi, I have been battling to get my WUSBN V2 to work reliably for a few weeks and I think that my experiences are relevant to this thread even though it is not strictly speaking a pure Ubuntu install which I am using. Jeremy Foshee jeremyfoshee on Anyone who wants to help let me know! I uvuntu wondering if others who think they have a fully working WUSBN V2 might also have the same problem but are not aware of it yet.
But the chance is pretty slim that the is so similar to the that the same driver code can simply be plugged in and expected to work by treating the as a I have now successfully got the RaLink 2. However, the driver and instructions supplied on comment 85 does appear to work, although it’s still very unstable. I’ve had it running for about 10 hours with wicd managing the wifi and it hasn’t dropped out once.
Marten van de Sanden mart-vd-sanden wrote on The method on 85 works fine on Natty, now I’ve given it more testing and connected to an ‘n’ network.
[ubuntu] Getting the linksys wusbn to work!
Message 30 of 31 2, Views. As well, please remove the tag: Results 1 to 4 of 4. Andy Whitcroft apw wrote on I guess the repeated scanning that n-m does upsets it or something.
BoboKrull jesper-ferm wrote on Hi, finally got a chance to try again. Just adding my two cents. Ubuntu users, please read: The “iwconfig” command says with “5 GHz” band: These instructions are proven only for bit environments. wusb600n
WifiDocs/Device/Linksys WUSBN – Community Help Wiki
I will also leave pulseaudio enabled initially to see if that helps in my Jaunty installation at the moment I have pulse disabled as it does not play well with the Boxee app I am running. This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the bug description.
The “iwpriv” commands say: Seems it detected the device but could not load the driver: It don’t work also on Ubuntu Please let us know your results. If nano doesn’t work in the commands below, try pico.
Not so great news, though: