Sign up using Facebook. Automatically detected, works with and without WEP. After that it works. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. No The drivers are from the Ralink. On Feisty, requires linux-restricted-modules. Please add a comment to what you had to do to get it to work if this was possible, as well as a URL to an outstanding Launchpad bug report to address the issues encountered.
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Local Loopback inet addr: It didn’t affect my AP performance. Using Debian Wheezy I was lucky.
Windows drivers solve the fluctuation, but there are eventual system freezing with ndiswrapper. For example, if one was looking for a PCI device: Connection speed average is slow and fluctuates. Should work after reboot, including WPA support.
Immediately recognized and connected without any configuration necessary under Intrepid. Works great, but limited to 54Mbps. Works by plugging it in on a fresh install of 9. I have no clue what to do. I assume you are not using the built-in rtlcu because it doesn’t actually connect.
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Both LEDs working properly. Fri Jul 06, You need to log in to change this bug’s status. The package you downloaded, written for dda.
Works out of the box Precise.
Not supported by D-Link, but installing the drivers found at https: A GUI for wireless network would be nice if such a thing exist on Debian. I’d try Debian wheezy first as it seems to work much better out of the box.
Thu Aug 09, 3: Email me about changes to this bug report. Not recommended unless you’re fairly experienced at soldering, and confident that the total USB power draw is ubutu with the RPi and the power supply. Not having wired internet access doesnt make it any easier.
D-Link DWA usb wifi not working? – Raspberry Pi Forums
No Doesn’t work “out of the box” but you can install the drivers following this instructions. First of all run the following command in your terminal to install build-essential. Refer to this forum post. Chipset – Chipset vendor name, chipset name, vendor code, and device code.
D-Link DWA-121 rev A1
It appears your device is supported in newer releases of the Linux kernel.