Call me a newb, but i really don’t. Thank you very very much! This is my first topic so please, noh8 I just set up my old old PC today and installed debian 8 with lxde on it. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Guy doesn’t know how to connect to Wifi on Sugar.
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Mateusz Piotrowski 1, 2 15 So, what i am asking, is there any way i wn21g possibly install the drivers for TL-WNG on the Oldie without any connection to the internet? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Visit the following links: Please tell us more.
I’ve used the TL-WNG without problems just by installing wireless-tools and rt71w-firmware packages. If it’s possible, i would be grateful for a How-To with steps.
The driver it compiles, rt73usbis built in to Ubuntu According to this website it might be the case of 2 missing packages: Note that I’ve got nor wlan0 neither ipconfig programs installed. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Thank you very very much! Like maybe downloading the driver onto the USB and then installing llnux on the oldie? Sign up using Facebook. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
How can I make my wifi card work? If there is, it’s probably already installed. Mario Villani 1 5. Simultaneously, I’ve learnt that my problem might go away if I download linux-firmware-nonfree package. Enter ipconfig -a in a terminal and check if there’s a wlan0.
TP-LINK TL-WNG Linux Driver
What’s the correct way? I can’t connect to the internet without the adapter, i also tried putting in the WNN used for my Main, but no luck. Join our community today!
wireless – TP-Link TL-WNG Driver Lubuntu Install – Ask Ubuntu
Btw, sudo yum upgrade is said to break Sugar. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
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