I changed my wireless security to connect through WPA and the connection is working fine with the latest drivers. My wireless scurity is: Great to hear its helping! No one cares whether it works with some unknown router. I probably missed reading that there were updated drivers. I am merely suggesting that those who are able to “see” their network, but are still unable to connect should at least “try” what I suggested. The device drivers at current state do not allow to use WPA Enterprise.
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Often the driver code for Linux you find at random sites i. I probably missed reading that there were updated drivers.
See bug for more info. Perhaps I should have been clearer with my suggestion.
I am merely suggesting that rtl8192es who are able to “see” their network, but are still unable to connect should at least “try” what I suggested. Thanks so much for all of your help.
rtlx – Debian Wiki
I’ve installed the In my case, i wasn’t abble to connect into N-based network with WEP. I’m running BackTrack 5 Kernel Ver: I’m upgrading to Maverick right now to see if the situation has improved. Drivers are defaults from lucid, i did’t touch something.
A few days ago I bought a new wifi router, In my efforts to get this card working, I’ve ended up on the Beta of Ubuntu 9. The card is Realtek Semiconductor Co. Really, what I was saying it never should be router problem, and system should ideally figure it all out on its own.
The first step for installing was to run “make”. I’m thinking I need to move some header files or change some directories in the “Makefile”.
Download Realtek RTLSE, RTLSE Wireless Linux/Unix Drivers
I just got a Thinkpad Edge yesterday and installed Realtek never got back to me on any of my many emails and I still can’t find any mention of the driver on Google. The fix actually was not on my computer, but on the router. Sign up using Email and Password. There might be something in staging.
I have the same problem on a Toshiba x Realtk Nigel Pallett nigelp wrote on I’ve been using ndiswrapper with the Win2K driver on my Toshiba L with the Realtek SE and sometimes it gave me some headaches like lost signal and also I wanted to set the wireless card to monitor mode which is not available with ndiswrapper.
CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
Also my home network uses Eraltek I’ve been having a lot of issues with the Realtek drivers connecting to these so heh The Realtek rep replied to my email stating linuc he believes I do not have the kernel source and headers installed correctly. My card is a rtlse. I copied everything over keeping the folder structure.
I can confirm the postthanks to Nuno for the hint. Is there some change that I need to do in the Makefile? You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Hi zippy Thanks for your testing. By the way, this is not a “random site”, this is the wlan interface manufacturer’s one: In my system the driver liux here worked: Can u please help me step by step?
Originally Posted by Luisruiz.