I think it’s the same driver. Declined for Hardy by Steve Langasek. Thanks for the reply. On Thu, Apr 30, at Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. All times are GMT Oguz Yarimtepe oguzy wrote on

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Don’t make scripts, just copy the relevent files to the relevent folders after compiling and you’ll have it working without any silly scripts. I just found this file uploaded on mediafire. If someone can help me?

How to install Realtek SE wireless card driver in Open SUSE 11

I use WPA key, but have this in the kernel log: Any soultion to this dropping problem? How can I get some useful debug output to work out what’s going on? No, taking the bug title as reference: I think that this is a preliminary step before full support is available.

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But I’m writing this answer from my netbook, using ubuntu and the rtlse driver. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Correct download for wireless card driver Realtek kernal?

Realtek RTL8180, RTL8185, RTL8187, RTL8187B, RTL8187SE devices

Changed in linux Ubuntu: Jeffrey Seguerra jepong wrote on However, it seems like multicast is still not supported with this driver, because Avahi’s mdns-scan still can’t find any services not running on localhost. You can get it by emailing linkx support and they will email the source to you, or i can post it somewhere for you On Fri, Dec 18, at 1: I will add it in the session startup.

Dax and Yannick You tip works great! Duplicates of this bug Bug I attempted such a merge once, but found that the rtlse’s code relied on non-standard ieee code hence the alternative stack and I was really uninterested in rewriting the entire driver to make it work.

CONFIG_RTL8187SE: RealTek RTL8187SE Wireless LAN NIC driver

Last edited by amunzaa; at You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Attempting to compile now. If you can confirm that, I plan to set the status of this issue to “Fixed in release”. I’m happy to try to give more debug information if someone can point out the right flag to enable.


I can’t kill processes, new windows don’t open and so on. Until recently, it had no linux driver.

Otherwise the installer will try to resize the XP partition. It turns out none of my troubles were related to the driver. It seems that I am pretty new for this issue. There has been partial support since 8. And as I can see, today is FeatureFreeze day in Jaunty schedule. It is much easier to simply remove the unused D: And yes, 54Mbps, try it. Hans Henrik 887se wrote on