I copied what was said when I did the compile.. The drivers are available for Linux and have already been mentioned once in this thread. You might have more chances on support on the ubuntu forums Message 5 of 31 36, Views. Thanks for your reply! Originally Posted by mickeyboa.
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Getting the Linksys WUSBN *v2* USB Stick to work in Linux [Update] | Azmo’s Weblog
Like where the problems are, what distribution you use, etc. Desktop Edition i Live CD http: And no need to be sorry, we all started at some point.
Could you hook me up with some more information though?
Sorry, I know nothing about backtrack; but yeah, it kinda is a bit of a pain. Fortunately, for myself at least, I didn’t have to figure out how to do linksgs. Getting the linksys wusbn to work!
The chipset is the rt and eusb600n is detected to use the rtusb driver under Ubuntu What does cd stand for?! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. You have to go to this Website http: Message 4 of 31 36, Views. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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Follow the instructions and it should work. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Having a problem logging in? But I downloaded Ubuntu build essential hoping thats what I need, do i need to linkshs it activated somehow in Terminal? So could it be, that the only stable version of RT is 2.