8187SE LINUX DRIVER
So it seems the latest driver has problems. On Wed, Jul 16, at 5: Not perfect but it does allow you to use the driver. Any soultion to this dropping problem? This is why the best thing I can do to get as much range and speed is to get the Intel card for the Wind as well. No more TX desc, returning 33 of 33 The good news is, I have received a further updated driver directly from Realtek. Good news that it is updated without delay.
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I do not see the device at all. EightBitTony I have made the requested updates. I’m using the new modules now, seeing how long they’re stable for.
Guess that fixes it for me. I’d like to retract my previous comment I did previously manage to connect to a WPA personal network with the same setup, without any such problems. Last edited by amunzaa; at If you have a Wind that was pre-installed with Windows XP, and if you want to keep that OS, then just make sure you choose to do a Custom disk layout.
On Wed, Jul 16, at 5: I wonder whether this is because of the lpia compatibility or not of the driver. Off to download But from a point view of Ubuntu kernel team, we prefer to encourage Realtek or people like you guys to merge the driver to upstream mainline.
Realtek RTL8180, RTL8185, RTL8187, RTL8187B, RTL8187SE devices
I have opened a bugreport in the kernel bugzilla. No dropouts, or lockups. It is much easier to simply remove the unused Lihux So it seems the latest driver has problems.
It turns out none of my troubles were related to the driver. Compilation were succesfull although i got some warnings but ,inux was no wireless card detection after the module installation.
At the start of the desktop, wireless adapter tried to connect to the mac authenticated wireless network, got an ip, but after a while th connection is dropped.
CONFIG_RTL8187SE: RealTek RTL8187SE Wireless LAN NIC driver
How long have you been using it? To be sure, that article is over four years old. I hope that the driver will be incorpored in the next kernel. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
Muchos Gracias amigo On Mon, Apr 12, at 6: It does drop out for me after a while. Hi, I got another driver release from 8187ze. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. However, it seems like multicast is still not supported with this driver, because Avahi’s mdns-scan still can’t find any services not running on localhost.
Changed in linux Ubuntu: I have attached the driver from realtek.
Correct download for wireless card driver Realtek kernal? You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Just starting out and have a question?
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Post as a guest Name. I did not get the linuux. Declined for Jaunty by Steve Langasek. Nothing obvious appears in the kernel logs indicating what’s wrong.