So… you extracted the archive? All times are GMT They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. The actual device id can be found using lsusb , so basically this applies to any device. Which distribution do you use?

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Linksys WUSB600N v1

Wudb600n for your reply! On step 3 i only get “linksys” is that alright? Join Date Sep Beans 3. The actual device id can be found using lsusbso basically this applies to any device. Could you post me the errors make spits out?

Linksys WUSBN v2 – WikiDevi

Join our community today! The following instructions are a rewrite of the comment 60 in the bug conversation. I think I’m going to play with Live CD to see Message 22 of 24 5, Views. Changes your working directory. Actually, more experimentation over the weekend found out that the issue was an interaction between network-manager and the driver.


Even more so as it does not support the 5 GHz band. Like where the problems are, what distribution you use, etc.

However, the driver and instructions supplied on comment 85 does appear to work, although it’s still very unstable. This sounds wusb60n0 much like an erroneous DNS-Configuration.

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Right there the show’s canceled. Unfortunately, for myself at least, the drivers did not come in any kind of Linux installable software package. The time now is Its Linksys wusbn and without it – no internet access for me. Could you hook me up with some more information though?

Installing A WUSB600N In Linux

What a pain in the as getting it to work. However I have been unable to get it to connect at N speeds. Message 24 of 24 4, Views. The best thing to do is boot up a LiveCD and see if it works without making any changes to your system! All times are GMT Fortunately, for myself at least, I didn’t have to figure out how to do that. BB code is On. Will it be supported without additional drivers or what they are called?


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