Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Well, it’s not currently listed at https: Cards don’t work because of the invalid drivers extremely slow connection, no connection, connection lost, lack of the wpa support included in Ubuntu. To learn more about the stable release update process please refer to https: I installed this too but did not notice any benefit, how do I make sure the kernel is loading the backport modules instead of the default ones? Impressed with Hardy CR. Having been on Linux exclusively for the past 6 years, moving back to Windows has been a disappointment.
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Ashley Hooper ash-hooper wrote on Here is what I get from ifconfig: Funny, this is what I had ready to post just rt773 finding the above. I don’t see your point.
SDB:USB Wireless Adpater Using Ralink RT73 Chipset (DWL-G) – openSUSE Wiki
Visit the following links: The time now is In Gutsy my network worked well, it had some troubles but overall I was quite happy with it. The problem does not occur when running Feisty and when running Gutsy with Feisty kernel 2.
Found some relevant comments about why the speed of the connection may be lower than expected. Impressed with Hardy CR. The computers were very near one another though. What is going on here fellas.
problem with wifi adapter LevelOne wnc0301usb v3 [RT73]
The newest Gutsy kernel still generates problems with ralink card. Please write your experiences PS: What wireless chipset are you having a problem with in Gutsy? Olivia oli-maia wrote on It makes all rt2x00 cards useless with Ubuntu!
The only problem I see is RT download data rate. Ubuntu Kernel Network Team Edit.
Hi Jett, thanks a lot. I then tried running System Administration Windows Wireless Drivers and ndisgtk seems to start and then disappears.
If there are still problems a new report should be made for the various issues and should mention the driver used. I’am searching for a solution to integrate the public driver for Linux. Displaying first 40 and last rtt73 comments. Ben Collins ben-collins on Here is the output: Output of lspci from feisty Edit 1.
You guys made a tremendous 8. BB code is On. Under Feisty it’s fine for me. I’ve finally tried gutsy.
wireless still not recognized after running ndiswrapper/ ndisgtk
Janek Thomaschewski thefoxx wrote on I’ve tried kernel 2. It does not work out of the box.
I’have configured the ndiswrapper with the rt73 driver and connected with the usbdevid. I upgraded from Hardy via the upgrade tool by the way, but it all worked gt73 Gutsy. Nominated for Intrepid by escipio.