Follow the instructions and it should work. My hair is almost gone now lol, hell bent on getting this thing to work. Sign up using Facebook. Join Date Apr Beans As far as I can remember they bumped the driver version up and it broke … something. Except for a couple of dependencies that Yum took care of easily.

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The following instructions are a linkxys of the comment 60 in the bug conversation. My last experience with Suse is like from 10 years ago — maybe try installing linux-kernel-headers and see if this fixes the issue for you.

Linksys WUSB600N v1

What I am saying is I can only use the 2. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Unfortunately, for myself at least, the drivers did not come in any kind of Linux installable software package.

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Well, hopefully that helps someone out there. Playing with firmware now. I just did what you said above to get it running for the 2.


I just kept on dropping kernel versions. Glad it worked for you. There seems to be a driver in the kernel that recognizes it but results liknsys hit and miss, possibly due to v1 vs v2 of that product.

This USB device has been a pain in the neck liinksys get working the way I want with packet injection, etc in Linux but I do have some comments pertaining to this discussion. Message 22 of 24 5, Views.

September 23rd, 1. The problem is outlined in the bug report Try adding nameserver 8. I know, the link is for the benefit of anybody else finding this thread and wanting to move on towards the final answer.

Linksys WUSB600N

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Azmo’s Weblog Tips, Rants and other stuff. Is there a inofficial driver archive where i can get older packages? Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Can anyone provide help on this? That should pull in the necessary dependencies.


These instructions have been confirmed as working by several people. That is wudb600n only way i could get it to compile. Others may require minor tweaks, but should work as well.

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I think I’m going to play with Live CD to see By the way, I had no ljnksys compiling the Ralink driver as they post in on their site because I think all their drivers were designed for bit systems. Could you hook me up with some more information though? No added packages were required. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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