Re: Ubuntu 10.04 using the Ralink RT2860 WiFi chipset (e.g. EeeBox B202)
It is actually:The rename of the file to extract a second time is fixed. Extract once and proceed.
Error: modinfo: could not find module rta
You can probably skip this:
Check what the file says; it's probably fixed.
Use the find command to locate MIX_CIPHER_NOTUSE. Replace the entire line (keep on one line) with this code:
WPA_MIX_PAIR_CIPHER FlexibleCipher = WPA_TKIPAES_WPA2_TKIPAES;
You already have gcc, so skip that step.
Do NOT skip this step:
Skip this step:
Use the find command to locate HAS_WPA_SUPPLICANT and make sure it is set to y for yes. It should look like this when finished:
Use the find command to locate HAS_NATIVE_WPA_SUPPLICANT_SUPPORT and make sure it is set to y for yes. It should look like this when finished:
Close and save this file.
Then I'd compile with:
Rename the old rt2860sta.ko driver file to rt2860sta.ko.dist using:
sudo mv /lib/modules/2.6.*/kernel/drivers/staging/rt2860/rt2860sta.ko rt2860sta.ko.dist
Attention: you need to replace the * with the actual directory name of your kernel, please check the folder name with Nautilus.
I'll be back in a few after I actually compile it.
cd Desktop/RT3090files <--or whatever you extracted
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