I got only three hits qith this query. This bug was fixed in the package linux-firmware – 1. It does not say anything about B1 or B2 these are Ralink. No Doesn’t work “out of the box” but you can install the drivers following this instructions. I did get help from the Linux Wireless community and the Debian community. Does NOT support N speeds. Just wanted to post this in case someone might be looking for answers.
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Slight driver buginess results in occasional connection drop-outs. Changed in linux-firmware Ubuntu: I now have two options on the Grub boot menu. I first started Root Terminal and I used this command.
Installing Windows drivers via ndiswrapper reportedly fails. I can either start with 3.
How to tell if DWA adapter is rev. B
I’m not very good with Linux. I have to start with 3. Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Select all Bus Device Cheap and works really good. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. It’s kinda big, so the three foot USB cord on the little docking station allows you to stash it out of sight. Select all dmesg tail will provide some useful details.
D-Link DWA-160 rev B1
Plugging it in and checking, as a root user Code: Selecting previously unselected package firmware-ralink. Selecting previously unselected package firmware-linux-free. If you want a specific rev. Back in Root Terminal, I issued following command.
D-Link DWA-160 rev A2
Processing triggers for initramfs-tools Little did I know that this revision comes with a Ralink chipset. Email Required, but never shown. People have been notified and a patch has been swa-160.
In fact, I am only starting to use Linux. This is the only adapter I’d consider buying.
Hardware Version A1 Firmware Version 1. Not supported by D-Link, but installing the drivers found at https: I do use only usb wifi as a matter of cwa-160.
Samir 2 5 The item I purchased was very good quality and shipped super fast. So you are telling it to list PCI devices.
Reportedly does not support WPA2. The kernel in Precise requires a new firmware file – it’s available at http: If we don’t have something, just ask and we’ll try–we like challenges. How could you have Internet connection when you’re working at enabling the wireless adapter to allow you to connect?! Brad Figg brad-figg on