How are the download rates using this driver? Your email address will not be published. This page walks you through downloading the source code for a ralink-rt73 kernel module and building it with module-assistant. Get recognized in the setup process, but unable to use it. However, is the connection with ethernet some how blocking the wlan0 from even showing up? This card is version 1. No Is not detected by Jaunty.

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Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Needed to modify the Ralink driver or simply use the modified-for-you version available at this post: Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Before that it would just give me an error telling me essentially that I obviously am not connected to the internet and can not access the online files.

Version Chipset Driver Supports network install? Again, thanks a bunch.

Setting up a Linksys WUSB54GC WLAN adapter in Ubuntu | Marc Abramowitz

Got this to successfully work in lubuntu Sometimes the adapter is acknowledged by the Network Manager and other times it is not. Did as instructed, rebooted and worked. On 64 bit system, native support with brcmfmac for this chipset did not work. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.


If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! One may use ndiswrapper with the Windows driver from linksys but not the version for Vista. Linksys WUSB54G Wireless Adapter Driver [Ndiswrapper]- wlan0 not showing Were it me, I’d probably install the needed firmware for p54usb and try the native driver first and use ndiswrapper only as a last resort.

Yes Just plug in, choose wireless network in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. Following the instructions at that post enabled the adapter and it works perfectly. I believe installed, and was seemingly successful, but a wlan0 will not show up in iwconfig.

Using the Linksys WUSB54G (v1 or v4) With Ubuntu Gutsy

Built in driver works flawlessly with the 2. Your email address will not be published. I believe your device only needs firmware.

The adapter was detected and I even ended up with new wireless interfaces — wlan0 and wmaster0which seemed to be using the rt73usb kernel module. Hey Dave, first off thank you so much for this post.

Updating the firmware link broken fixes the problem.


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Then restart and manually configure your network by clicking the network monitor and choosing “manual configuration” and click “wireless connection” and then properties. This guide has helped me in 5 versions now and always works. Hey so this worked for me in Jaunty, but it seems that the v1 driver lacks support for wpa1 or 2 security.

WUSB54G drivers for Ubuntu

I have a version 1 and a version 4 adapter, and the instructions for each are similar. Enter it, and you should soon be connected! It returned a response stating: Thanks for the quick response, I did in fact receive your suggestion ubuuntu day after you wrote it but simply have not had the time yet to write back.

Clicking through warnings re: Please edit your question to add details of your wireless device from the terminal command: There are smarter guys than me over there.