I've been browsing everything I can find in relation to this card and I've come up against a brick wall. Can anyone offer any further advice? Here's what I've done:
- I've got the linux version of the drivers from the Edimax website. - 2010_07_16_RT3062_Linux_STA_188.8.131.52
- I've changed the wpa_supplicant configuration settings, compiled the drivers, built them and installed them and blacklisted the old RT2 drivers.
- I've activated the new module and it activates on start up. The card sits with both lights on, the TX light blinking every 5 seconds.
Here's the standard command outputs:
lspci:matt@aperture:~$ lsmod |grep -e rt2 -e rt3
rt3562sta 914916 1
Note that the driver it says is in use is rt2860, even though it's not installed. Is this part of the problem or a red herring? On the plus side is correctly identifying it as an Edimax chip, and the model number of 7722.03:06.0 Network controller : Ralink corp. Device [1814:3062]
Subsystem: Edimax Computer Co. Device [1432:7722]
Kernel driver in use: rt2860
Kernel modules: rt3562sta, rt2800pci
matt@aperture:~$ iwlist scanning
lo Interface doesn't support scanning.
eth0 Interface doesn't support scanning.
ra0 No scan resultsmatt@aperture:~$ iwlist ra0 channel
ra0 13 channels in total; available frequencies :
Channel 01 : 2.412 GHz
Channel 02 : 2.417 GHz
Channel 03 : 2.422 GHz
Channel 04 : 2.427 GHz
Channel 05 : 2.432 GHz
Channel 06 : 2.437 GHz
Channel 07 : 2.442 GHz
Channel 08 : 2.447 GHz
Channel 09 : 2.452 GHz
Channel 10 : 2.457 GHz
Channel 11 : 2.462 GHz
Channel 12 : 2.467 GHz
Channel 13 : 2.472 GHz
Current Frequency:2.412 GHz (Channel 1)dmesg:matt@aperture:~$ iwlist ra0 rate
ra0 unknown bit-rate information.
Current Bit Rate:1 Mb/s
Let me know if you need any other info.matt@aperture:~$ cat /var/log/dmesg |grep rt3
[ 22.012250] rt3562sta: module license 'unspecified' taints kernel.
Hope you guys can help!