If anyone has any more ideas to try, let me know. These assumptions are not correct for Debian. I tried ndiswrapper using the drivers from: In order to see the wireless configuration, now I don’t remember if this package is installed by default but try doing Code: Hi arlo, these pages might help you:
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Because I had to hack a non-working MakefileI’m not sure that it ever worked perfectly.
Debian User Forums • View topic – HOWTO: Ralink RT61 Wireless Card Driver Setup
I had this problem with an old notebook with Ralink wifi card, and I was ready to give up. Select all tar -xvzf rtcvs-daily.
Once again, thank you both! I had never seen that.
I’ve looked all over for a solution, but my inexperience has prevented me from getting anything to work. I know this is due to my wifi card, because I already faced this problem when I was using Antergos.
Select all The steps that I’m performing to connect are: The command edits the file: Board index All times are UTC. Email Required, but never shown.
Since uname -r returned 2. I hope you can get it fixed mate, because I do understand there is nothing more frustrating that a xebian internet connection.
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This particular card, however, seems to have slipped throught that particular net. Occasionally, after the computer has been left on for a while, the Wi-Fi connection will drop completely- I can still see networks in the drop down menu, including my home network, but my computer will not reconnect without a reboot.
It needs extra packages, extra dependencies, to compile properly. If any additional info is needed I can provide it.
RaLink RT2561/RT61 PCI Wireless Card Linux Installation
It would mean spending about the same as you would on a new wireless card for the pair of powerline sdapters you would need about 25 quid for a pair of adapters in the UK However, their advantage is that they are guaranted to work as they directly communicate with your ethernet. After a reboot you wont lose packets deban Select all iwconfig wlan0 or scan the surrounding networks with Code: Avoiding modifying the Makefile You still need to install the kernel headers as described above.
You need kernel 4. However, because the answer was not accepted as the solution on the previous question, I went ahead and edited your answer to include the steps sebian a link to the original source as it is not proper to provide a “link only answer”.
rt61pci – Debian Wiki
Failing the above, one cast iron way to get your internet working is to r61 something called powerline adapters. I can personally vouch for these as I use them myself in my own home following similar issue to yours with my wireless card. Take a look at thereand helping them developing too.
Good luck in resolving your problem.