As you can see in these posts, Ralink is sending patches for the upstream rt2x00 driver for their new chipsets, and not just dumping a huge, stand-alone tarball driver on the community, as they have done in the past. I will transcribe a solution I found, to see if it helps http: Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. By downloading the entire kernel source, isn’t that manually replacing the existing kernel? A core i7 chip has 2, 4, or 6 cores CPUs depending on the model.
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Use the one from kernel.
Join Date Ra,ink Posts Unfortunately, that’s where things fell apart. I’m not sure what’s causing the problem, nevertheless, I began to encounter regular wireless disconnections after upgrading to Ubuntu Some packets lost in relation with specific wireless operations, how can this be eliminated? Make sure that no ralink rt2800 drivers are enabled ralink rt2800 conflicting with it.
My happily uses the rtpci driver. If I return to the default configuration – with ralink rt2800 blacklisted, and run “lsmod grep rt”, I get this:. Using zypper or YaST is a lot easier. OK, I’m still trying to get through your ralink rt2800, but I’m now getting another raink Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: By downloading the entire kernel source, isn’t that manually replacing the existing kernel?
– Connection drops out regularly with a Ralink RT – Ask Ubuntu
The relevant output from lshw is: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. A little more searching online suggested that, rather than use the rtpci driver for a device, I needed to use the rtsta driver. Now the card is no longer shown with cli wireless ralink rt2800, I cannot connect with knetworkmanager either. Change directory to ralink rt2800 one with the kernel sources.
I’m adding details of “lsmod grep rt” where nothing is blacklisted. Including some information for reference: The card’s name should be rt280. Join them; it only takes a minute: One possible problem is that none of the openSUSE kernels have rtpci configured as ralink rt2800 clashes with rtsta; ralink rt2800, the latter one was deleted from kernel 3.
ralink rt2800 I don’t have one of those installed with the generic kernel. Seems like there is no problem from this perspective. Sign up using Facebook.
Ralink allows the use and redistribution of firmware, but does ralink rt2800 allow its modification. Current Ralink chipsets require a firmware to be loaded. I haven’t had any issues surprisingly, as I did in the past.
Now, while still root modprobe the ralink rt2800 module: This shows a huge willingness to learn how to deal with the kernel community, and they should be strongly encouraged and praised for this major change in attitude. Sign up using Email and Password. Tags for ralik Thread firmwareralibkrt In your first post you said, you have not ralink rt2800 anything.
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