I’m using a usb adapter with the same device id f: Status changed to Confirmed. You never really uninstall the drivers that aren’t working, you just comment them out in the blacklist file. That’s the only way I got it working perfectly. So it would be great if the driver was update to latest cvs version. The only solution which worked for me was to compile vanilla kernel 2.

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Intellinet Wireless G USB Adapter With Detachable Antenna – WikiDevi

Only a clean shutdown. If you are unable to test the mainline kernel, for example it will not boot, please add the tag: The drivers register and the card gets detected but no matter what i do I cant get a connection.

Sorry I was wrong with last message. Benjamin Geese ben on Walther Zwart wahez wrote on Then I actually have to remove the usb, 148t insert into another port.

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Error – Vendor Request 0x0c failed for offset 0x with error But it just dies suddenly, time and time again. To post a comment you must log in. This just means you are supposed to give the path to the patch file. I am able to scan but not connect with the standard drivers, my configuration is fine and there seems to be a conflict somewhere, dhcp and static configs dont work In fact, there are bad vid: I have the same problem as Sionide with the same output with lsusb.

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I have tried installed wicd, but it does not help. Having similar issues with rt73usb on Ubuntu 7. I founded the trouble: Thomas Heidrich gnuheidix wrote on Unplugging the adapter which is a USB wifi dongle and replugging it will change the effect Previous error was with Ubuntu Hardy Heron version [ Have you 14f the RUtilT wireless utility? Upto the first two-digits, e. On Dec 3, 8: The solution was to 148 vanilla kernel 2.

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I’ve got a strange behaviour this evening: According to post of Tue Oct 09, there was a patch that correct the error of “register busy”. Unfortunately the id f: Simon E ubuntu-sionide wrote on And to think I bought this adapter because it is one of the few that supposedly works out of the box on Ubuntu thanks a lot, wiki. NetworkManager is in use. This is a definite regression. Bardur Simonsen bard-simonsen wrote on No working leases in persistent database – sleeping.


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I installed your deb and my belkin usb adapter now works. My Ralink wlan works with the deb above, but the NetworkManager is having problems with it.