kauer at biplane.com.au
Mon Sep 17 22:56:28 UTC 2012
On Mon, 2012-09-17 at 18:20 +0000, Mikie wrote:
> >The driver may not have been installed;
> lsmod shows:
And are you sure that those are the drivers that your hardware needs? My
cursory googling suggests it is, one person wrote "The Alfa AWUS036H
uses a completely different driver (rtl8187) than does the AWUS036NHR
...which seems to suggest that rtl8192cu is the right driver.
I want to stress here that I know nothing about your particular card,
I'm just making generic suggestions.
> > or there may be a conflict with another driver that you need to
> > manually blacklist.
> how would I check?
Google. Or see if any other wifi drivers are loaded and experimentally
unload them. If everything goes bad, just reboot. If everything comes
good, blacklist the driver(s) you have unloaded.
> >Does wlan0 appear when you run, say "iwlist scan"?
> today it reports:
> wlan0 No scan results
Then wlan0 does appear. Good - at least one driver has done enough to
make the interface visible.
Run "rfkill list". If it says anything is blocked, then you probably
have the wrong driver or a driver conflict. You can then try "rfkill
unblock all" and see what happens...
> >Try googling "Alfa AWUS036NHR linux driver".
> it's in the kernel already.
Good to hear. And did you try googling "Alfa AWUS036NHR linux driver"?
Karl Auer (kauer at biplane.com.au)
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