For those who can not get their devices to work at all, then obviously my suggestion is moot. I’m not having problems using this wlan. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Now I’m wondering if there is any chance that this will actually make it in to the final karmic release. The driver has been verified Ok with the kernel version of 2.
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Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019
Hello; i just installed ubuntu In my efforts to get this card working, I’ve ended up on the Beta of Ubuntu 9. Checked that I have the most recent version of linux-headers and linux-kernel.
Since that time the connection was a nightmare. I hope this post will help all of the other people who have been struggling linjx it the same as I realtfk. RF Change in progress!
Download Realtek RTLSE, RTLSE Wireless Linux/Unix Drivers
There are lots of messages in dmesg but seems there are two errors causing the connection to fail:. They hope these examples will help you rtl8192ae get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Still got the same error message.
Sweevo mark-mark-stevenson wrote on In my system the driver found here worked: So it seems like it’s a bug with WPA2 only. I will post a short how to on Ubuntu: This is definitely helping me.
CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
I’m willing to try ljnux at this point including a reinstall, though somehow I doubt that will make a difference. Thanks so much for all of your help.
End Email I received a surprisingly prompt response from Realtek with the following: Don’t worry about making me sound stupid, I’m glad I asked you for and idiots guide!
So basically I’d just enable bluetooth, not the WLAN – on setting it to light blue and using the Win2k driver, the card’s working really well. That’s all I can say. I hope this helps someone out there, though I don’t think this is a fix. Please help to try it. It would see my network but failed on WPA authentication.
Now I’m wondering if there is any chance that this will actually make it in to the final karmic release. HI David, Thank you so much for your help. Anyone else has similar experience?
Now running the latest driver from the Realtek web site, the connection rfl8192se been rock stable, about 30 hours without a single drop-out, Mbps. I have been running this machine default Lucid installfor 4 – 5 days without stop no more hangs.
It won’t be fixed. Thanks for you pointing out. Ivo Sir ivo-sir wrote on The same issue, realte, driver load perfectly, but no scan wireless networks.