I had the same problem and here’s how I solved it. In Ubuntu, you can edit roots files using sudo command in terminal emulater: Some have an antenna and some not. I get a warning about casting an integer to a pointer of a different size, and the warning is treated as an error. I recommend keeping the “zip” file from Realtek around in case you need it again. I used a second computer for this and saved it to a USB drive, and then transferred it over the SneakerNet to the troubled computer. I do like you said.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. What can I try next? Email Required, but never shown. But now in Ubuntu Wow worked like a charm for last 1 hour. So if anyone want to edit the files mentioned see below: Every time I plug the usb cu wireless card my system halts.
I recommend keeping the “zip” file from Realtek around in case you need it again. After these steps, the networking should work. The slan-stick 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.
I have packaged up a procedure to replace the driver in a script and posted it on the Solwise forum here. What OS and version, and an exact copy paste of the error.
Some have an antenna and some not. For my case, Ubuntu Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I find it very interesting that different dongles with the same chip may or may not work with the native drivers. 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. None of this has helped but, like I said, it is working, just not with security enabled.
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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. You can immediately test the new driver by manually unloading the old driver and manually loading the new driver.
But when I plug my cu usb wireless card, my computer screen is off.
I do like you said. After unpacking the ‘zip’ file, enter the directory it creates in the terminal and run sudo bash install.
If I disable security on my wireless network, it works fine. So if anyone want to edit the files mentioned see below:. Need install dkms previously.
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For me, I used lshw -c network to see that I had RTLcu, so I searched for that, which led me here You should get a zip file to download it.