By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Originally Posted by john After following the WiFi instructions here, I plug the adapter in and I get the following from dmesg: I have one of these. Intermediary step, only necessary for Linux Mint 17, You want to be in the same directory as the Makefile. September 13th, 8.

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[ubuntu] Realtek RTLcus usb wifi poor/no connection

However, when trying to do make, I get similar message: Post as a guest Name. Every time I plug the usb cu wireless card my system halts. Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Unfortunately the link is now dead. May 29, Detailed, step by step information how to get this wireless interface working can be found at http: Retrieved from ” http: February 01, So I advise to pin Ubuntu to the current kernel item 6, right column. Now install some applications for building the right driver: Please let me know what are the results with the new driver.


This is for blocking bots that try to post this form automatically. Manufacturer Realtek [ 4. Quote Fri Apr 20, 4: You want to be in the same directory as the Makefile.

I’ve been reading the threads on updating the kernal and it seems a bit daunting. Quote Fri Apr 20, 9: Sat Apr 28, 8: It may have a newer version than the one I found on the web. It would be awesome if someone could compile a binary driver for 2.

When a host connects to the target, it will likely need an IP address. Quote Sun Apr 29, 5: Copy and paste into the terminal: Can anyone tell me where I should go from here?

Greets Michael Reply Quote.

September 13th, 6. The same dongle works fine on Windows with or without security and I’ve already updated to the latest driver cu from Realtek.

Firmware for RTLCUS?

Quote Sat May 12, 4: I’d misread something and thought I had a sufficiently up-to-date kernal containing the Realtek drivers per your comment that “the [RTLsu] driver is already compiled in to kernel since kernel 2. At least it’s working on Debian.

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Sat May 12, 6: I also got the driver zip file from Realtek. Wireless Realtek chipsets that are running on the default lknux driver, often lose connection and run below their proper speed.

SET failed on device wlan0 ; Operation not permitted.