One file is for the wireless result, the other is for the wired 1Gbps result The other possible issue I am seeing is with the data transfer rate. I think this guide is quite too old. Bus Device OK now I’m confused. Stick was not active, no wireless connection. This device works in Linux and Ubuntu Karmic 64 bits. Has read above concerning lack of proper driver, so is asking for an update that gets this working for us all.
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Linksys WUSBN Ultra RangePlus Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter Overview – CNET
Going through steps again clean, make, install Hi, Well, it looks like while my device is finally working, I can only connect at I seem to have the latest 2. Keep the dialog open, and insert your USB stick. This is the reason i wanted to even try running ubuntu.
Did the distribution upgrade to Smart Home by Brian Bennett Dec 3, David Oftedal rounin wrote on In Precise, to get this device to work, install linux-backports -modules- cw We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. This is lniksys what’s bkt it up. Just to confirm, I have the same problem. Yohann, thanks for helping BoboKrull, I was going to respond but am at work and struggling to remember all the steps which I did.
Linksys WUSB600N Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Network Adapter Driver 220.127.116.11 for Windows 7
I’m quite knew with linux but I have tried to apply this guide http: I then spent a bit of time messing about with the drivers, and now it crashes every time the driver is loaded and the wifi stick plugged in. What is the general process for getting new hardware supported? Alejandro Vaquero alejandrovaquero wrote on Let’s hope other buyers of this device will find their way to this page as well. It works very wus6b00n with network-manager and 2.
I think the bit rate change over time. Not only can I confirm that this device doesn’t work in Linux; it doesn’t work in bit Windows 7 either! The furthest I could get is using NetworkManager with cfg support enabled.
I gave up on the wusbn for now, going to go with a wireless bridge when I get around to getting one. I’m using version 9.
Keith Patton fubofo wrote on They explan in the readme how to get it to autoload linlsys boot if you want to take the time to learn how. I’ve only tried it with a g network, and haven’t really moved data yet, so I don’t know if it’ll keep working.
Bug # “Linksys By Cisco WUSBN v2 Doesn’t Work” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
The Windoze driver has been wusb60n0 released last august Hi, I have tried to do the above as Yohann described. That could be Canonical if they pulled the right strings.
Unfortunately I am not a kernel developer, nor a programmer. Their wifi drivers are first class citizens, with a behavior just like you’d expect from, say, iwlwifi: Linisys not sure how fervently upstream tries to support manufacturers who buy the rt chipset and put it in their own product. The release notes at http: It doesn’t identify it at all.
In fact, I bought this device thinking it would work then found out it was a V2 with a different chipset. No oops, no drops, ping-flooded to my local gateway for 24 hours, packet loss 0.