Please do take note this chipset only supports the 2GHz band. Once the downloaded zip opens in Archive Manager, click the Extract button on top, select All Files , select your Downloads folder, and click on Extract as shown below: Based on the lsmod output you included rtl SK Keyboard Bus Device By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. The efforts and hassle to make realtek wifi cards working “properly” are not worth the trouble. If it works without the security then try changing the security to some other form that works for you.
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After reboot, please try connecting to wireless again, and this time it should hopefully work. Did the answers below fix your problem?
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The efforts and hassle to make realtek wifi cards working “properly” are not worth the trouble. Sign up using Facebook. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. debkan
dwbian Post as a guest Name. Quoted network speeds and bandwidth based on current IEEE I feel pretty cheated now. Try installing the latest driver from Realtek, released on July usb–n13, I think rebian may be confused by what you read on forums, AU, etc.
I’m using Debian Testing 64bit just for the sake of experiment I used Debian Stable for 1 week – the result was the same.
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I have good experiences using Ralink and Atheros based chipsets, realtek ones not so much. It’s not that us-n13 to find good quality hardware; but you have to spend a little time reading reviews and so forth. Even if using 5GHz, as the 5GHz protocol was designed to travel smaller distances, external antennas are a must. It’s in the non-free repository. At this point, please close the terminal and reboot.
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After that, the wireless icon just flashes propagates? I also learnt that the market of USB wifis is mostly dominated nowadays by realtek vs ralink, and most of the other brands are just rebrands. Last edited by fruser; at Everything is pretty much debiian now.
Also beware that whilst you might got away with only one antenna in the 2. I also had crashes almost every week even with the thing blacklisted by software.
I will try to install firmware-ralink today and see if this helps. Since the downloaded drivers are in source code form, we’ll need to compile build them before we can install and use them. Find More Posts by Hungry ghost. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Once the downloaded zip opens in Archive Manager, click the Extract button on top, select All Filesselect your Downloads folder, and click on Extract as shown below: Believe me that I have tried to do something with it for quite a while as you can see in post 23 of this thread The chipset is junk.
Also, according to your lspci output, usb-m13 card has a Ralink rt chipset.