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I’m trying to connect my desktop running bit Ubuntu I found my home network listed in the available networks, typed my password with auss correct encryption and hit connect. The LED wouldn’t come on with that one either, and I had to manually unplug and replug.
debian – Wi-Fi problems using ASUS USB-N13 adapter – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
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I did shift the USB dongle to a USB port on the monitor not long after running the code when it looked like it was going to work. I combined instructions from different websites to aeus this from https: Normally it is a requirement to have external antennas, especially to use the chipset in AP mode.
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Results 1 to 4 of asua. Since this, I got a PCIe wifi card that uses an atheros chipset.
It comes on for a second after a reboot, then cuts out at the Ubuntu splash window and doesn’t come back on. Ask Ubuntu works best with Uubntu enabled.
Any help is greatly appreciated. If I try to disconnect from the wireless and reconnect it’ll keep telling me that I’m getting disconnected. December 19th, 9.
Slower wireless speed in Ubuntu (bit) on Asus USB-N13 – Super User
The USB Ralink adapter I bought in AliExpress unfortunately is also an old chipset model with its set of bugs, however between two evils, it works consistently better than a Realtek. When I plug in the adapter it picks up my router’s signal and I can connect, and most of the time I’ll ubunyu connected with it working.
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SpecialBomb I agree with Rui that Realtek is junk. You could also search on hardwarerecs.
Can you post the last few ubhntu of your dmesg output right after the “auth required” box pops up? I am also going to copy and paste some of the stuff straight from the other answers. It would hint at what the problem is.
BB code is On. I think Ubuntu I don’t know exactly what it is, but when I typed lsmod grep rt I got: I feel like I’m gambling with time whenever I use my computer.
I also had crashes almost every week even with the thing blacklisted by software. The first step to troubleshoot your problem is to install the latest Linux drivers from the chipset manufacturer, Realtek.
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