P So then, is all this neccesary, to makefile and stuff, or i should keep the free driver as it is? Extract the package and cd to the directory. Thank you for this post! Hello, It is my fist time with Ubuntu. November 19, at 1: Look for a rtfirmware rpm package. Login to router settings—change the channel to 11 and OK— every thing came back wonderfully.

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Installing dLink DWA Linux Drivers – XenStreet

Ralink Device 0 So now we know what device we need drivers for. This just worked for me under Ubuntu Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Thank llnux so much. So long as everything works, there is no need to try a different one-size-maybe-fits-all driver. 5255 can solved my trouble ubuntu freeze randomly after use this way. Thank you once again!


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Could it be that my wireless adapter does not work properly? Rajesh, they are here now: You should see the following in the list: I got it onto Ubuntu Having a problem logging in? Would it work in Ubuntu The time now is Sometimes you need to supply firmware for the device.

Server needs some additional config after the driver is installed.

I lihux have to check the changelogs, but I suspect all 3. Thank you for this post! So if someone has an idea…? By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Join Date Aug Beans 1.

How to install a D-Link DWA-525 wireless network card in Ubuntu 10.04

Hi, great thanks for the tuto, installation phase when well, i rebooted the system but the driver is not loading, can you help? November 30, at Worked a treat on Ubuntu You are commenting using your Facebook account. At step 9 after restarting my system, I get the following…. Cheers for this, Steve!


The driver has once again changed locations, it can now be found at: No targets specified ans no makefile found. Sometimes after system restarts it appears again but not for the constant time.

This worked like a charm in my Ubuntu Thank you VERY much! Can you list all of the commands you entered, as well as any output?

No such file or directory.