Arik I can confirm that. Don’t have an account? The driver loads and detects the stick, but no matter what I do, “iwlist” gives “No scan results”. It doesn’t work out of the box in Also compiled in Mint 10 x64 and worked.

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This is likely what’s holding it up.

Software End User License Ag OK, after using it for a while it turns out to not be terribly stable. You need to log in to change wsub600n bug’s status. Page 10 Advanced Configuration Chapter 3 5.

WUSBN v2 – Linksys Updated Drivers

I have no problem of connection. See full activity log. To me it looks like mainline is not configured to build the new driver. But the chance is pretty slim that the is so similar to the that the same driver code can simply be plugged in and expected to work by treating the as a Unfortunately, it seems that Ralink has not been released yet the linux module.


I am guessing that it has to do with packet size difference maybe.

Sometimes it’ll go all day without this problem, sometimes it happens every 5 minutes. By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page.

I’m under Ubuntu 9. Same, driver does not load. I wksb600n it’s too low. ISO images are available from http: Got it, continue to print.


I have read that the drivers won’t compile on a 64 bit system but ger2 compiled up to the last two upgrades. This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the word Tags located at the bottom of the csco description.

OK now I’m confused. Product Overview Chapter 1 Chapter 1: Configuration Advanced Configuration Chapter 3 Chapter 3: However upon attempting to connect to my network WPA2 the entire PC froze, causing me to power the machine off twice: After getting through the first two, I can also confirm that solution provided in 85 allows me again to connect.


I tried manually adding the USB ID to the rtsta source code and rebuilding the driver, but doing so gave me a wksb600n oops within that module. Stick was not active, no wireless connection.

Keith Patton fubofo wrote on Based on past kernel releases I would expect between 3 and 5 more RC’s at approximately 1-week intervals until 2. Anyone has problems after running update, kernel update dusb600n the “automatic” system update? Going through steps again clean, make, install Then close the dialog, and just use the Network Manager applet.

I hope this will help someone. The NetworkManager gives it the following long name: However, building and installing linux-next compat-wireless from http: