Re: Ubuntu 10.04 using the Ralink RT2860 WiFi chipset (e.g. EeeBox B202)
In order to identify the name of the directory where your kernel is open Nautilus and move to the root directory. Then go to the folder "lib" and then the folder "modules". In this folder you will see one or several folders starting with "2.6.". The one with the highest number (the latest kernel) is the right one. use the whole folder name as shown and replace the "2.6.*" with it.
Originally Posted by BothWayz
I hope this helps you. If you are still struggling please let me know.
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