I will just add to Alan's excellent answer above, that the kmod-rt3572sta is the "newer" of the two drivers so is probably the preferable solution in this case, but do please feel fr... [by NedSlider]
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
So I plugged in my WUSB600N and behold, it worked. I can see all networks .... except my own. Here is what I've done:
1) reset router
2) changed ESSID
3) changed the channel for 2.4ghz
4) I've compiled the driver rt3572sta that is on most of the posts that I've found via Google. I completed all steps except for "sudo modprobe rt3572sta".
Hi, I bought a USB wireless adapter that uses the Realtek chipset RTL8188CUS.I saw that the drivers are already installed in the "Realtek-firmware" package.So i put the adapter in and it is recognized by the sysytem.I go to the network manager applet and I click "Create new wireless network", than i put in the network name and the WPA password. And here comes the trouble.
I have typed lspci -vnn | grep Network And i have become this 07:00.0 Ethernet controller : Atheros communications Inc. Ar5001 Wireless Network Adapter [168c:001c] (rev 01) That are my information of my Wireless adapter.The problem is that i dont have any idea, of how i can install the drivers.
So I was recently trying to fix some minor video problems I was having on 12.04, and in the process I foolishly installed an NVIDIA driver. Previously I was using the nouveau driver, and loving every minute of it, but now I can't seem to turn it back on.
Hi I am running Backtrack 5 R2 in Virtual box on a Windows 7 host. I have a Netgear WNA1100 n150 adapter that I am trying to use to get wireless. I put a filter in the VirtualBox network settings to use it with backtrack.