After unpacking the ‘zip’ file, enter the directory it creates in the terminal and run sudo bash install. What I find is that despite having the same chip, some of them will work in Ubuntu Post as a guest Name. Norio De Sousa 4 1 1 5. If I disable security on my wireless network, it works fine.
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RTLCUS Wireless USB Dongle doesn’t work unless I disable wireless security – Ask Ubuntu
You should get a zip file to download it. This step is optional. I get a warning about casting an integer to a pointer of a different size, and the warning is treated as an error. Post as a guest Name. But when I plug my cu usb wireless card, my computer screen is off. In Ubuntu, you can edit roots files using sudo command in terminal emulater: Sign up using Email and Password.
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Wow worked like a charm for last 1 hour.
I recommend keeping the db-7045 file from Realtek around in case you need it again. After unpacking the ‘zip’ file, enter the directory it creates in the terminal and run sudo bash install.
After these steps, the networking should work. But now in D-7045 Peachy 4, 7 28 The summary is the built-in driver didn’t work work completely, and I downloaded installed the manufacturer’s driver instead, making sure the new driver was set to start on boot while the built-in driver was blacklisted.
Search on the Realtek site for your hardware.
The same dongle works fine on Windows with or without security and I’ve already updated to the latest driver cu from Realtek. So if anyone want to edit the files mentioned see below: Excellent answer, got my NWU from addon working thanks to this.
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I struggled to edit the files mentioned. Email Required, but never shown.
None of this has helped but, like I said, it is working, just not with security enabled. For me, I used lshw -c network to see that I had RTLcu, so I searched for that, which led me here You n1550 get a zip file to download it. Sadly it doesn’t compile on my system.