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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The problem is, as soon as I do ssh or open the router’s webpage my whole computer freezes and Limux have to shut it down.
Post as a guest Name. I downloaded and installed a driver for my wireless usb dongle as it wasn’t detected by linux KDE. Email Required, but never shown.
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Remove a manually installed driver wireless usb Ask Question. You can execute grep ‘mv ‘ Makefile’ to easily find those commands. It will have a block named ‘install’, which will look something like this: Post as a guest Name.
When I run lshw I get for my wireless driver: Please edit lonux question and add output of lsusb terminal command when the dongle is inserted. What distribution are you using?
Sign up using Email and Password. You can use lknux command to see currently loaded modules and rmmod to unload a module for the current session it oinux be loaded again on next bootnames from lsmod doesn’t always correspond to filenames.
The commands in this block were executed when you typed make install and then entered your password. The wireless works flawless on windows but there is no sign of it on Ubuntu.
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Then My wifi dongle was detected and I could connect to the network. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up using Facebook.
All the rest are compilation instructions. I have installed Ubuntu That is a very weird driver name with a space in the middle.
It will have a block named ‘install’, which will look something like this:. With lsmod results you can use modinfo command to get informations about the module ie: Thank you Pilot6, this is the output: I downloaded the driver, patched a file to make it compatible with my new kernel version 3 and above following this page and finally installed it like shown in the page.
The point is that the linjx which actually modified your system were in the install block of the makefile, the one for which you had to give root permission.