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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Hmm. I would probably reinstall Ubuntu,. Which post are you referring to, there is a lot of posts? Ideally you would want to keep the usb card in, if you have security concerns just disable your...
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Yeah I could see that. But would you think these drivers that the majority are written in C/ C++ code should be scalable and versatile in todays tech world. Maybe less 20 years ago though. I hope it...
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Kurt, so "nictools-pci" wont work? The driver might not be the latest but it possibly can work. Do you think?
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    so I assume you have zero wireless connection.? I would hard wire to internet,. Have you gone to software manager? If not I would go there and type in realtek in the search. you should see...
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Right, I believe Mint 10 is no longer supported and so I would just have to install the latest mint which is mint 15. I have heard something about that mint is based off of Debian and I have also...
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Makes sense. I failed to mention I'm working with a Broadcom chip set bcm43 type. But odds are, it being an older kernel I'm probably going to have to download and build driver. I'm just thinking...
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    Re: RealTek RTL-8188CUs working well-how to

    Ok sounds a bit longer than Moopi's but seems like a plan. I found another usb wireless adapter called Panda it was on amazon.com said it supported Linux and a whole host of os's. check it out, let...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: edimax ew-7811Un wireless usb adapter, problems with linux drivers and ndiswrappe

    Thanks for the feedback. Mint 10 is off a Ubuntu 10.10 code base. Kernel is 2.6.35. I'll check out that the link you provided, much appreciated.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: edimax ew-7811Un wireless usb adapter, problems with linux drivers and ndiswrappe

    I have Linux Mint 10, would this route that Moopi suggested work for Mint 10. Any other suggestions on wifi issues for mint 10?
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