June 16th, 9. Join Date Oct Beans Hidden! Is there a workaround? June 8th, 7. Did you try these instructions for installing the Aircrack driver? January 26th, 5.

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For details and tosewill forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. Re-plugging the device would give me about another 15 seconds – then no throughput again. September 6th, 1. I plugged it in, saw no signal light from the led on the unit, but did see wifi networks under NetworkManager. September 8th, 2. The bundled CD came with a “Linux” folder, which contains linux drivers, but following their readme instructions I’m getting nowhere – make is returning errors and not creating the “.

The only issue now is that I seem to be getting very low throughput. The time now is Did you try these instructions for installing the Aircrack driver? It also let me connect to my network successfully. Now, there’s another project with newer drivers: Join Date Sep Beans 7.


If anyone else buys this adapter I wish you luck. I changed channels on my router and it’s been fine since, though I haven’t used it much.

October 26th, 4. I use it in my Mythbuntu box and it has dropped a few times when streaming, but I don’t know what the cause is or if it’s even a rlsewill issue. June 16th, 9.

Tags for this Thread networkrealtekrtllwifiwireless. January 31st, 6. I’ve tried ndiswrapper with the XP and inf files from the bundled cd, but neither would make a successful connection – could just list the networks around me. My instructions will work within the Ubuntu system, instead of breaking or subverting it.

I try to treat the cause, not the symptom. I’m going to try this solution next: Is there a workaround?

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June 11th, 8. I’m getting about Kbps on the dlsreports speed test http: This solution doesn’t seem to work for me connection still hits 0 throughput and seems more like a tape-it-up and hope it holds approach to the underlying problem – which I believe to be with the driver. I don’t know if it applies to rrosewill.


The connection starts out at 54Mbps like it should – but over a bit of use drops down to 1Mbps according to NetworkManager’s “Connection Information”. Problem is – it doesn’t seem to work in Ubuntu 8.

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Maybe one day it will work. September 18th, 3. Here’s an archlinux solution that I tried: Results 1 to 10 of June 8th, 7. January 26th, 5.