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Can you please edit your answer and explain a bit more which lines to change to what? Your options are to contact the vendor and ask for a linux driver, write a kernel module for yourself, or purchase Linux compatible hardware.
How can I install swa-131 If you find that your wireless network device can scan, but will not complete connecting, try turning off MAC address randomization.
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Join our community today! Nobody said they do not work at all. Doesn’t work for me on After that, my device was recognised and it sees my home network too, but it won’t connect to internet! It is OK to use another way, but not both. RuiFRibeiro Can you suggest any other vendor or product which can work as usb wifi antenna, which is considered good for linux. After installing and inserting the module eu. At first I tried the one from your repo but it didn’t work.
The MX Linux repositories: How can I remove firmware-misc-nonfree and replace it with older version, firmware-ralink? Did it build without errors? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Thanks to the first author for the files to modify.
Of the 3, linux compatible hardware is by far the easiest solution. Amol Gangadhar Naik 11 1 1 2. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Getting your soundcard to work, using Debian on non-i hardware, etc. It works again, thanks to Code: It can be installed by running: You’ll have to apt-get install it if you want to be able to make and make install anything on the machine.