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Сериал rtl8192eu linux driver install посмотреть
NOTE: This is just a "mirror". I have no knowledge about this code or how it works. Expect no support from me or any contributors here. I just think GitHub is a nicer way of keeping track of this than random forum posts and precompiled binaries being sent by email. I don't want someone else to have to spend 5 days of googling and compiling with random patches until it works.
You can see the applied patches, their sources and/or motivation by looking at the commits. The master branch will mostly be kept clean with a single commit per patch, except for Pull Requests. You can review commit by commit and then record the SHA in order to get a safe reference to use. As long as the SHA stays the same you know that what you get has been reviewed by you.
i have searched and read a lot, but cant get this to work. i am quite new with this, and haven’t got to much experience with programming or linux yet, so i don’t think making my own drivers or pretty much anything without a tutorial is whitin my reach just yet.
This driver package is an improved version of the driver package that the Maxxter company provided for a wireless dongle of theirs. The original driver only works in Xubuntu 12.04 and Linux Mint 13, but the improved version also works in Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17.3.
Before installing the driver i only had one or two networks to "reach" because i did not have a good signal and it was impossible to connect to a network, after installing the driver mentioned above restart my kali linux and when i select, select networks , more networks came out and with good signal then i proceeded to connect to my wifi network, i put the key and it did not connect i stayed there loading, i tried to navigate and i did not have access.
To disable the rtl8xxxu driver, after installation open etc/modprobe.d in a root folder and create a new file rtl8xxxu-blacklist.conf -- edit it with a text editor (leafpad, mousepad etc..) and add these lines.
Having a similar problem: driver installs just fine, I can connect to open WiFi network (i.e. without password), but for password protected network (WPA2-PSK/AES) Network Manager just keeps asking password again and again (system log says 4-Way Handshake failed - pre-shared key may be incorrect, but I'm 100% sure it is correct, I can connect with this password from other devices, I even tried copy-pasting it to avoid typos or other input problems).
Driver was installed with DKMS, then added to /etc/modules, other driver was blacklisted, then system was rebooted. I'm using KDE, but this problem probably isn't DE related, as I've also tried connecting from console with nmtui-connect with the same result. I've also tried this card on another computer (laptop) with the same setup and same result, and on Windows, where it works fine.
I'm using TP-LINK TN-WN826N, installed the rtl8192eu driver as DKMS module. The driver loads fine on boot but I'm getting authentication timeout when connecting to access point with WPA2-PSK.
sorry to bother you. I installed the new driver, addedit to the modules file, also blacklisted the rtl8xxxu driver... and yet nothing works. With the rtl8xxxu driver I can't connect to wifi, it keeps trying to connect to any wifi network, and without it (blacklisted) there is no wireless connection available, lshw does not show it, just shows the ethernet.
I'm currently having problems when I update my kernel, I always need to reboot and reinstall the package to make it work again with the kernel. I guess this is due to the fact that the files of the module are not moved when the kernel is updated.
Sometimes the Permissions on the temp folder get messed up — make sure the tmp folder permissions are read/write/execute — Small gaffes like trying to install without root privileges also lead to errors–
Please google how to use basic linux commands.. Basically if you are on Ubuntu, it does not support ‘su’ – You’ll have to use sudo – Also the ‘su’ has to be entered without the ‘quotes’..
My USB WiFi comes with a driver disk and there are 2 folders named "Linux" & "upload". Both folders contain .zip and tar.gz files. I have extracted them but I still can't install the driver.
You blacklist rtl8192eu and (in doubt explicitly) load rtl8xxxu.With a little "luck", you can tear down the network, unload rtl8192eu and load rtl8xxxu w/o having to edit the system setup.
1. It works quite well on a freshly booted PC. But if you plan to use standby features on your PC, the dongle will have big issues keeping up a stable connection/data rates above 30kb/s. My workaround is to unbind and then rebind my USB bridges (or what they are called, echo -n "0000:00:xyz..." > /sys/bus/pci/drivers/ohci-pci/unbind + /sys/bus/pci/drivers/ehci-pci/unbind) before reconnection to my wifi router. Reloading the 8192eu kernel module actually make things worse. Same with ohci_pci, ehci_pci ... kernel modules.
3. Furthermore, i have to reboot my router at least every 1-3 days. The dongle is capable to DoS my wifi's router 2.4ghz channel(s) - so no traffic is send/retrieved to *any* device anymore. New devices cannot connect. Authenticated devices won't retrieve any data anymore. That AP is still listed when scanned. (I'm not even mad - that's amazing!)Rebooting my router preventive at night won't have any positive effect. I might have to reboot my router again the same day.
Hello everyone. I just found the solution. (For TP-LINK TL-WN821N v4) *You need to know the version of your device. You need to install the RTL8192CU driver (Do not confuse with RTL8192EU)All instability problems in the connection are solved. WORKS!!!Info? Thank you all.
Thanks bluebat. I haven’t attained an internet connection of any kind yet; it appears that my Ethernet is faulty and my Broadcom pci might be too, so now I’m trying for the USB. I’ve downloaded the source rpm and transferred it to my Fedora-installed laptop, but the --rebuild option reports unknown option, and sure enough it’s not listed under Usages
Ok, progress. I upgraded (dnf upgrade) and rebooted, but got the same error message above. On repeat of the list above I rebooted before the make command. This time I got past that particular error. Does this mean that I successfully matched the newly installed kernel-devel with the kernel-development package?
Sorry, i don’t know about this error nothing .Maybe someone will know about this more. Check you have kernel-modules-extra & kernel-modules packages installed. Just run dnf install kernel-modules-extra kernel-modules
Neither do I because I have absolutely no idea which driver you installed or which method you used to install it. If you installed the driver from source on github you should search the download page for uninstall instructions.
I've gotten as far as installing hostapd and bridge-utils but the device isn't recognised in 4.1.13+ (I don't think). So after many hours of searching I finally found the kernel sources and headers, downloaded the driver source from github, and compiled the thing. After I had the 8192.ko file I did this.
Fourth, I haven't tried compiling hostapd, but when you say "I have grabbed the hostapd sources and started to compile. Yet I cannot find where in the defconfig file I would tell it to find the new driver. I have tried adding.
I have this chip working fine in STA mode. It's working quite well actually but I haven't been able to get it to work in AP mode. I'm still trying to find out if that's even possible with this chipset/driver. Where did you see the "compatible with Linux, Raspberry Pi and Access Point mode" statement?
After that, you need to blacklist the built-in driver rtl8xxxu somewhere, if it loads. The device won't work, if both drivers load at the same time. All in all, the driver works very well, out of the box, with hostapd, no need for a special version of it, as some posts say. But you need to remove all references to driver= from the hostapd.conf file (comment out the driver= lines).
I bought an and was keen to set it up with a vanilla minimal install CentOS 7.6. It uses the RTL8192EU chipset and while the , there are a bunch of community maintained Linux drivers around.
After attempting for approximately 12 hours, I have come to the understanding that unless the kernel is upgraded, or the existing wireless chipset driver files are updated (tried 6 different repos), it is not possible to compile and install it on CentOS 7.6. This is due to the ioctl_cfg80211.c file being incompatible with the 3.10.0-957 kernel version that CentOS 7.6 uses.
Setting aside the AmazonBasics branding, I needed to know the make and model of the wireless chipset. I plugged the adapter into my CentOS machine and used dmesg to find out more from the kernel’s message buffer.
Combining the idVendor and idProduct values and doing a quick Google search immediately returns a list of forum posts regarding “Realtek RTL8192EU” devices. Alternatively, I could use a to find out that it was the “RTL8192EU 802.11b/g/n WLAN Adapter”.
I checked the official Realtek website and could only find the Windows drivers, but I did discover several community maintained drivers for the RTL8192EU chipset. While there were many versions and slight variations to each package’s instructions, they were not too far apart from each other.
I ultimately chose this post to follow: , as it was the easiest to understand. Although it does say that it is for the “RTL8192CU” chipset, the difference in the name postfix are for the various WLAN standards.
From the output above, there was a bad exit status when attempting to build the driver module on the 3.10.0-957 kernel. I looked into the make.log and tried to decipher some of the errors, and even upgraded the gcc and kernel version in attempt to fix this, but those attempts were unsuccessful. I eventually found the links above that explained the root cause of the issue in detail.
This 300Mb/s vs. 150Mb/s is a marketing bullshit. All of these dongles are 802.11 b/g/n capable and actual efficiency depends only on chip used, in theory 802.11n data rates may go up to 600Mb/s. 8192eu may not be the worst one, but hey, it's 2016, no one should be forced to build kernel driver for a network card.
I also have one of those cheap 8192EU dongles. Driver is a little pain in the back for all platforms. In Windows, official driver installs but no signs of work, i had to deeply dig internet for correct driver and then it works fine, with real 300Mbit speed and descend range. In Linux (official x64), it kind of worked with this driver - , but show no connection speed, and real download speed was about 100/200Kb. I have no idea if it can be installed on Armbian. I have also this drivers on my harddrive - , .But doesn't have a chanc
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