Now I have upgraded to Ubuntu A world of pure imagination Registered: Since I cannot be the only one using this USB Adaptor, I wanted to see if someone else might have found a solution to get something working? And Like I suspected , the 64bit issue with rtlcu has still not been resolved. After searching a bit more, I found a thread where someone said that the issue with rtlcu had been resolved in kernel 3.
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If you don’t have a debian based system, just extract the package and build the dkms yourself. July 2nd, 2.
July 2nd, 7. Blacklist the faulty driver: Please note that the password will remain invisible, not even asterisks will show, which is normal. I think at this point you can answer and accept your own question.
Realtek RTL8188CUS/RTL8192CU Wireless LAN Linux Driver, Ver.2.0.1212
Originally Posted by jki Someone might even have a solution as to why the built-in 64bit driver does not work? Proudly powered by Debian. Now install some applications for building the right driver: Sign up using Facebook. So I advise to pin Ubuntu to the current kernel item 6, right column. That’s because of a bug in the rtlcu driver. Atom topic feed Powered by FluxBB.
Build and install the new driver: Copy and paste into the terminal: August 17th, Join Date Jul Beans 4.
[SOLVED] RTLCU driver
First check whether the buggy driver rtlcu is active in your operating system: Debian is a registered trademark of Software in the Public Interest, Inc. Beans 2, Distro Ubuntu Development Release.
Join Date Jul Beans 2, A world of pure imagination Registered: I have a quick question regarding the lsmod, when i type in lsmod i get a series of information. After 24 hours of pulling my hair out over the same problem, I found this link somewhere in a response to the topic. About Download Community Donate. CrunchBang 12 “Janice” Devel: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
With the following terminal command you can check whether the right driver is active now copy and paste it into the terminal: And Like I suspectedthe 64bit issue with rtlcu has still not been resolved.