Can someone help me with this problem? However, if I click on “connection information” visually on my unity tray, it says that rtlcu instead of just cu is still in use. If the module has dependencies, they won’t be loaded, which is why depmod and modprobe make things more convenient. To post a comment you must log in. Or some other advice.
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Module is supposed to work with 3. Simply do what’s posted above, nothing else. I can not really help you or any one else will be able to either if you keep changing things without being asked too, you have so many things changed it will take a while to undo them.
I ‘m running Angstrom Linux 3.
Add non-mainline source for rtlcu wireless driver version v4. Sat Jul 21, 5: If so we could allow device builders to just blacklist the one they dont want etc.
Need help with cu realtek driver, really high ping Click on the wireless script in my signature and follow the directions for running it and posting the file it creates here using code tags.
Could not find module source directory.
[SOLVED] Need help with cu realtek driver, really high ping
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Raspbian on Raspberry PI3 I have tried many versions including 4. Comment on this 81922cu optional. Download the driver from hereand put the downloaded file into your home folder. Try connecting to your network. For those having trouble, just follow pepedog’s link above. I downloaded a newer version of the driver and installed it with: Note the kernel will reject modules that do not match its version.
This works on Ubuntu I want to load a module downloaded from here and copied into: Editing old posts is disabled to prevent people either changing things after the fact in arguments for example or spamming. I can’t do anything and when I reboot, I see created folder by installer with lock icon: Let’s set your country code for your router and that may help further: To fix this problem you can edit the install script or uncompress the archive, copy and paste the directory found in the top level into where the compressed directory is, delete the compressed directory and compress the pasted directory using the proper name.
You need to go into the bios and disable secure boot then if you installed that driver correctly it should load when you reboot, I use that driver myself and it works perfectly with the new driver you are trying to install.