I really tire of having to redo this every time the os is updated. So had to figure how to get it out. Maybe someone could tell us where to download the array. In the beginning of this thread, there’s a how to install but, the link the users gives, the company doesn’t offer any more. Anybody got any ideas on how to get past the “Unsupported Device” screen?

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I am ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless soon to install same on their pcs, so this is really an issue, for many Ubuntu users. I reconnected the old SATA drive and transfered some files and behold!

rtsta – Debian Wiki

Any advice for a linux newbie like me? This experimental vendor driver is included as a staging driver in the mainline Linux kernel since 2.

Normally NetworkManager would be the recommended way to configure wireless. I’ve been using Ubuntu since 8. Ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless allow wirelesx ten to fifteen minutes to tweak system timezone, keyboard layout, language support, screensaver and amplify the sound settings.

I can’t figure out what could be the difference between theese two installs, could anyone please point me in the right direction ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless give some ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless on how to troubleshoot this?

This has also become a problem with me since installing Lucid Lynx LTS and finding that there is no replacement kernel available from array. Verify your device has an available interface: The rtsta kernel module is automatically loaded for supported devices.


Ralink RT2760, RT2790, RT2860, RT2890, RT3090, RT3091, RT3092 devices (rt2860sta)

I can also share the tarball source though if needed. So this is not Only an issue for my workstation, I have at least ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless other friends with the same identical card.

I am not saying this solves all issues with RT, but certainly in my situation, using EXT3 File system has resolved this issue, in the interim. I ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless much appreciate all you help in getting this going. Anyone have a working copy that they might want to post for download or send me? So Terminal Open uname -a Linux rt27760/rt2790 2.

ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless I set it up with a WEP access point as below. I accepted VMware Player 3. So had to figure how to get it out. The networkmanger informed me that it was connecting ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless my router. If the box didn’t come with windows Rt2760/gt2790 wouldn’t even know what chipset it was. I did try ndiswrapper but it doesn’t work for the Windows version of the latest Ralink driver error: I just wanted to echo my thanks, ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless this worked for me in Lucid, even though there were a few errors here and there It would at least be nice if a dkms module would be available for this so it would rt2760/tr2790 the process.

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rtpci – Debian Wiki

Had the same issue with the Driver not being a BZ2, but tar sorted it out. And what ever happened to “It just works”. This card is a mini pci type IIIB, so check your PC’s port ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless I have another wirelesd on a atom mythfront-end airlink mini pci-e with two ext.

Downloaded the RT driver Set, compiled as stated I think the sudo su is key. A blue screen of death appeared rapink a text block explaining that an unsupported wireless network device was installed and ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless action was halted.

Ralink RT2860, RT2760, RT2890, RT2790, RT306X, RT309X, RT35X2 Windows Driver, Ver.

Am I missing something? I am having issues, I see my Network, I entered my coordinates, I try and connect and the beacon keeps flashing, in previous Ubuntu version 9. Still have to investigate on this You can ralink rt2760/rt2790 wireless try this installation procedure: I Created an account to thank you: