Looks like people are having luck with this driver Thanks so much for all of your help. My card is a rtlse. Obsidian, I did try that and it was still no go. I was actually wrong when I stated everything worked fine. Hello all, i’ve found another bug in the launchpad and it might be related. Thanks again for this driver.
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CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter
Brian Harkness maestro-bwh wrote on After connecting to the router it went to the router max 54Mbps. I just installed the latest driver for rtlse card on my Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 13 AMD processor poweredand after installing these messages are logged in the message log repeatedly:.
Realtek never got back to me on any of my many emails and I still can’t find any mention of the driver on Google. Yang Zhou yangorang wrote on Please install the kernel header or kernel source properly. I’m just still learning the finer intricacies of Linux myself.
ArchLinux Linux thinkpad 2.
Thanks in advance, zakzor. Strange error after make. Just to mention, this isn’t a distribution related issue, linud confirmed the problem with this driver in a Meego based distribution.
Hi David Thanks once again, following your steps to install the driver module manually works perfectly. Having a problem logging in?
compiling – how can I build the RTLSE driver? – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange
With kernel image updated, I just tried the driver with “make” and “make install” on the Beta of Ubuntu 9. Just to liunx you know that following method 2 in the readme file works!
This is definitely helping me. It’s not deactivated, it crashes.
rtl812se All times are GMT Same issue with my Lenovo xe under Ubuntu This card does not work out of the box, so here is what I have done so far. I really wish this would get fixed so I can use Linux rather than Windows 7 as my laptop is not terribly fast. JL vwyodapink wrote on Reason is completely unknown though.
Download Realtek RTLSE, RTLSE Wireless Linux/Unix Drivers
However, it seemed like it managed to reconnect after 30 seconds or so. Is this a regression from previous drivers?
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? Howard Chu hyc lonux on I have successfully fixed this problem.
For me, today, in Lucid, with kernel. Sounds like your issue is the command.
When I could finally “see” my network I could not connect and thought it was still an issue with my driver or with wpasupplicant.
But it looks like the driver stops working after the machine has gone to sleep and waken up again.
Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019
I made a update from 9. I don’t want the pre-installed driver because it does not allow me to get in monitor mode EDIT: I tried many driver versions from both https: See full activity log. RF Change in progress!