I had the same problem Brumbinhd. All you have to do is go to post #77, install from the link, then extract it in your Downloads folder. (Any folder will do, but, we will say Downloads to make it easier.) Open your terminal, then type in ->cd Downloads. This should bring you to the Downloads folder within the terminal. Then type -> cd RT. Now you are in the downloaded content folder that you just extracted to this destination. Once there, follow the steps in post #77. (I will copy and paste it down below this) Tell me if it worked for you also.
Originally Posted by adamis
The instructions listed in the link from earlier posts I found have typos. Below are some corrected instructions that hopefully should get you on your way...
1. Download the file contained at this link: http://barkmunchers.com/dm1z/RT.tar.gz
2. Extract the files to a directory. Then open a console, navigate to the directory that you extracted the files to then run the following commands:
sudo make install
sudo mkdir -p /etc/Wireless/RT5390STA
sudo cp RT5390STA.dat /etc/Wireless/RT5390STA/RT5390STA.dat
sudo cp ./os/linux/rt5390sta.ko /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rt5390sta.ko
Note that for the last command above I used the option <uname -r>. This will copy the files to the current running kernel version. Make sure you are running the kernel that you wish to get the wireless running on...
Now edit /etc/modules to add the line 'rt5390sta' at the end
sudo depmod -a
That should get you on your way. Hopefully that I didn't add in any typos myself.
**Edit** fixed the <uname -r> with `uname -r`, Thanks frospeh for catching the error!