I’ve read that wifi drivers needs to be reinstalled every after kernel updates, are all kernel updates equal or should i only be reinstalling after a specific kernel update was done? I have to add that i can not use kmod-compat-wireless  because my device ID does not listed in and also i’m using 6. Email Required, but never shown. Also searching for the Vendor: If you get 00, that is a one-size-maybe-fits-all setting. What info I have to feedback?
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Unfortunately,its not succesfull yet. Please check the settings in the router. Only difference is that Linnux am running 2. A satisfactory test result will allow us to promote this package to the main repository.
Notes burakkucat administrator I tried the ndiswrapper method before. Initializing cgroup subsys cpu May 26 Also searching for the Vendor: But one time the panic came after login screen and in the messages file I see: We don’t have access to the hardware to test further and bugs should probably be reported upstream to the Realtek driver devs, not ourselves as packagers of their drivers. What info I have to feedback? After making these changes, reboot the router.
I installed the package but when I plug-in the device this resulted a kernel panic. Im trying to 0nda the driver for realtek usb wifi adapter. Sign up using Facebook.
CONFIG_RTL8192SU: RealTek RTL8192SU Wireless LAN NIC driver
It is possible for elrepo team to provide a driver package for this device? I have the exact same problem.
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USB Wireless Adapter Driver Complie Difficulties – CentOS
Unfortunately,its not succesfull yet issues im trying to fix: I also have better luck with a fixed 0bfa, either 1, 6 or 11, rather than automatic channel selection. Please test when convenient and report back with your observations.
Yes i reboot the system. It is doubtful that an older, less developed driver will solve anything. The following files are currently syncing to the elrepo-testing repository and should be available within the next half-hour — src: Intel GenuineIntel May 26 Device ID pairing of 0bda: From here, the driver compiles cleanly and can be loaded modprobe’d without the hardware present.
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I have to add that i can not use kmod-compat-wireless  because my device ID does not listed in and also i’m using 6.
Sign up using Email 0bea Password. I’ve read that wifi drivers needs to be reinstalled every after kernel updates, are all kernel updates equal or should i only be reinstalling after a specific kernel update was done?