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I’m new to Linux but am pretty savvy with Windows. Or it could be a binary installer. Run the following in a terminal: It equipped with 5dBi external antenna, making your wireless receiving without block, you can appreciate the high definition visual sense at any time.
Is there a way to update the network name on the Linux machine? Did you install the ‘realtek-firmware? Therefore, I could get it done if somebody gives me step by step clear instructions. I would install it and then reboot the machine and see if it’s at least detected. There are edup wireless linux suppliers, mainly located in Asia. I’m new to Linux though and am struggling what to do next.
Sometimes you will have to restart computer or laptop. Originally Posted by klondike0.
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[ubuntu] EDUP n Wireless card (RTLSU) Realtek. Need driver and help.
Downloads Support Community Development. I poked around took me a while since I’m new and finally got linx NetworkManager setup to connect to my access point.
I did run an Ethernet cable from the machine to the router to ensure I could establish a wired connection. The use of external detachable antenna, users can replace the antenna on demand to obtain a better signal.
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October 13th, 2. January 14th, 5. BTW, this card comes up as a Realtek from lsusb on this laptop, so perhaps that is why the drivers didn’t work. Supplier Types Trade Assurance.
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Second, you need to run lspci -nnvv on your Linux box and retrieve the PCI Eedup of the Sabrent adapter so we can see whether it’s supported in mainline Linux, before trying to get you installing the driver on the CD.
It is a USB device, so post lsusb output.