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I hope this post will help all of the other people who have been struggling with it the same as I have. If that is the case, for this set of drivers that doesn’t seem to work. By the way, this is not a “random site”, this is the wlan interface manufacturer’s one: Just to add a little more information to this, I’ve tried the following without any success:. It’s not deactivated, it crashes. I’ve tried making the drivers, “make” completes successfully, but I get the following error when I “sudo make install”:. It would simply keep trying and trying and fail eventually.

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Hi David, Thanks a lot!!! I am merely suggesting that those who are able to “see” their network, but are still unable to connect should at least “try” what I suggested. Hello David, Is this rtlse driver from Realtek designed to work with Ubuntu 64bit? As you mentioned, I’ll check the driver with the kernel 2.

The only issue is that my card can’t see any wireless network. Searching around on the web, it looks like I’m far from alone in this: Thanks again for this driver.


My machine randomly locks up. A few days ago I bought a new wifi router, In my case, i wasn’t abble to connect into N-based network with WEP.

I had forgotten I was not using any encryption for my wireless when I was doing all the testing. Reason is completely unknown though. llnux

That’s all I can say. It just worked for me Download full text 3. How about trying to install the driver module manually with the steps 12? At this moment wifi works fine but sometimes I have interruptions and I have to stay 1m from my router away.

Really, what I was saying it never should be router problem, and system should ideally figure it all out on its own.

CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter

It would simply keep trying and trying and fail eventually. The device drivers at current state do not allow to use WPA Enterprise.

I just got a Thinkpad Edge yesterday and installed The same issue, the driver load perfectly, but no scan wireless networks. There are lots of messages in dmesg but seems there are two errors causing the connection to fail:.


rtlx – Debian Wiki

No wonder the build fails. Asem the1asem wrote on When I install the driver in Ubuntu 9. My card is a rtlse.

Hello; i just installed ubuntu Lijux first 40 and last 40 comments. Nico Lang rebmevon77 wrote on Martin Lindhe martinlindhe wrote on It seems that there’s no network available. I changed my wireless security to connect through WPA and the connection is working fine with the latest drivers.

Hi zippy Thanks for your testing. So basically I’d just enable bluetooth, not the WLAN – on setting it to light blue and using the Win2k driver, the card’s working really well. I had make some deb for this card in http: Sign up lnux Email and Password.