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CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
Linux – Wireless Networking This forum is for the discussion of wireless networking in Linux. Post as a guest Name. I’ve made sure that the kernel headers and source and also build-essential are all installed, but still no luck. Just adding another “me too” here.
[ubuntu] Realtek Wireless LAN card driver rtlse problems
Marius wishinet wrote on I know there has been a great many comments about this issue, but I’d like to throw in my voice. Actually, one wireless network at the university, my machine always goes into a kernel panic as soon as the wireless connects.
How about trying to install the driver module manually with the steps 20? From what I understand the first step is to run “make” as root. Nigel Pallett nigelp wrote on Any other suggestions you can give me for this?
Katana katana– wrote on Find More Posts by rtl819se. This card does not work out of the box, so here is what I have done so far.
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and Linu is completely disabled once you log in. Still got the same error message. If that is the case, for this set of drivers that doesn’t seem to work. I have successfully fixed this problem.
Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019
For Ubuntu, linkx these terminal commands: Well, the driver i downloaded from the official repository works as a charm but refuses to go in monitor mode, so i thought this would be the way to go? It does mean that until I can get the driver to compile properly, following method 1, that I have to manually bring the card up by running “sudo. Really, what I was saying it never should be router problem, and system should ideally figure rtl8192e all out on its own.
Have you made any changes to the drives, except for making the debs? I am on a toshiba x running Ubuntu I still received the same error as before. End Email I have tried the above solutions with a little more luck than I had when I began.
I’ve done all the updates and have had to connect to a wired network to do so. I have the same problem on a Toshiba x Using Martin, it is a generic laptop system made an unknown ODM. Is there a setting somewhere or other drivers I must be missing???