JoeMoeArigatou: I have a different version of Ralink, is there any way this method could
still works? I know it's been 3 years since this video came out and I
really want internet on Debian.
Clate McGehee: DId you use the link in the description? What Ubuntu version are you using?
Terense Thomas: All the commands worked but i dont think the last two command worked for
me. although it didnt show any error but it has not detected my wireless
card i.e RT5390R. i had used these commands in backtrack for your info.
please help.. my email- firstname.lastname@example.org
dovermman x: IT WORKS!!!!! THANK YOU
Clate McGehee: No problem, I am glad to help anyone with any issues
AzzameenEmon: Workt for Debian on a HP Pavilion dm1-3101eg Thanks
Roberto Mota: hey dude, I gotta a question, I tried another way but when network has lots
of traffice the connection goes down, is the same thing installing ralink
in this way? btw sorry for my so poor english haha
vick dee: i hava a question, i hope someone could help me, ok the problem is that i
installed debian but i cant get into internet, wifi and ethernet are not
working, so i was wondering if i do what this video does, it is gonna solve
tuxthezerg: You know... for a driver that is supposedly already installed it sure does
have a knack for not actually working.
ThisChick en: Youre right.. me too.
Roberto Mota: @GodzWarrior101x Thanks, it seems work better than the other way I tried,
but it has a little problems when I try to download big files, anyways
thanks, this way is the best for me
ThisChick en: however it is sh*ty ;)
Cameron Jeffrey Clark: Ok, i am trying to be openminded of ubuntu, switching from windhoes... In
your process, which i followed to a tee, goes good until the "cd
angepasster" command... It says bash: and no such file or directory ...
Kevin Name: I have 13.04, I can only get WiFi if I'm really close to the router.
Somebody suggested I should try to find a new driver? I tried to follow the
instructions above best I could. The first minute, the "Software Sources"
thing, I have no idea what that refers to, I don't seem to have that place
on Ubuntu. I skipped that, then following the commands, I clicked the link
in the description. None of the following commands work, either the ones
from the video or the description. Can't find the file
itstreix: It worked with Ubuntu 11.10 in a HP 420 laptop, thank you so much!
Clate McGehee: @robertomotad No problem, I hope it works fine for you. It has worked
perfectly for me every time I have used it
Roberto Mota: @GodzWarrior101x Thanks, actually I did this way and I'm testing it, I'll
do some big downloads to see what happen, thanks a lot...
Terense Thomas: Yes i had used the same command as u described and i m using backtrack 5 r3
bambooocia: crapy music
Clate McGehee: @AzzameenEmon Im glad to help. If you have any future issues let me know
though I am currently using Mageia linux Give it a shot it you want! Its
based off Mandriva and blazing fast (roughly the same as Debian)
erietha88: thank you! this tutorial works! at least I don't get the annying rt2800PCIe
error anymore. and i got the rt5390 driver only from you. ralink site has
changed into mediatek and no download link for suported driver.
Roberto Mota: that's the price I gotta pay to use Debian :D and it worth it
ThisChick en: If you removed 'music' and replaced it with 'bambooocia', I wouldve thumbed
Clate McGehee: @robertomotad The way have here is the only fully working way I ever found.
The way have here is the only fully working way I ever found. But I would
recommend unloading the driver you have (if possible) and to use the driver
I provided. If you cant unload the driver try my directions and see if it
will install on top of that current driver you have in place. If it doesnt
work I would reinstall Debian then follow the video
Jason Smith: when I put in the command su it asks me for a password. When I provide the
password if says "Authentication failure"
Clate McGehee: ubuntu 13.04 already has this driver. No need to install this
ThisChick en: But silence SUX as you said
Armando Castillo: Instead of "su", type "sudo bash" and then your password when requested
addictedtoskiing27: How am I supposed to do this if I have no connection besides the pci card???
Clate McGehee: u need a wired connection.
Clate McGehee: for Ubuntu you should type "sudo"
pokomorthor: can you leave the text in a coment so we can copy paste like you did?
bambooocia: dont like this music, thats it. If you think different - your problem.
Clate McGehee: Did u use the link in my description? The one in the video is dead. Let me
know if u still need help
bambooocia: bamboooccia is not a music you jackass ;)
dave carey: backtrack 5 r3. didn't work. fw may be missing. :(
Clate McGehee: Did you ever figure your issue out? I know it worked fine for me on Debian
6 so I see no reason it should not work on Backtrack
Clate McGehee: For everyone complaining about the music I just put simple non-offensive
stuff for people who hate silence (such as me) if you do not like it your
sound obviously does not have to be left on!
albanian: hello i'm having some erorr when it try to install to my ubuntu 13.04. The
error are in the end of make. Can you help me please?
Clate McGehee: Weird, my father is using that PC with Ubuntu 12.04 and it worked out of
the box with no issues? Is it working under Windows?
Clate McGehee: sudo su
Marc Praz: Thanks you! It's far the easiest way to fix this mother******* wifi! Great
tuxthezerg: I ended up just reinstalling the OS to fix it. Something somewhere got
corrupted, we'll probably never know what but whatever it was, it was why
the kernel module that is supposed to be supporting that chipset wasn't
working and I suspect that the driver from ralink that was talked about
here just won'r compile anymore (not that it really should need to at this
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