I’ve done all the updates and have had to connect to a wired network to do so. Just to let you know that following method 2 in the readme file works! Sounds like your issue is the command. Would switching to 64bit make a difference? Now I can connect to my WPA2 network.

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My router is a IEEE I’ve tried all the suggestions regarding compiling a driver, but on my computer it exits with error 2 during the make install.

Actually, one wireless network at the university, my machine always goes into a kernel panic as soon as the wireless connects. Just for the note.

Changed in linux Ubuntu: Jared Biel sylvester-0 wrote on Thanks in advance, zakzor. I am up and running with the internal wireless card now: I tried many driver versions from both https: This question is clearly an XY question then Still got the same error message.

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Do you have similar solution for bit Ilnux 9. See full activity log. Everything I’ve read shows people using the 64 bit with great success.


Post as a guest Name. Please do note, I say “may” be. Have you made any changes to the drives, except for making the debs? My card is a rtlse. Brian Harkness maestro-bwh wrote on Obsidian, I did try that and it was still no go.

Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019

Gilles k See bug for more info. The driver has only been checked with 8192sd platform here, and will check with the 64bit platform further. The problem is still here for me running any version of this driver either from Ubuntu or Realtek themselves.

Ndiswrapper does linus work for this network interface on the 64bit OS. I’m willing to try anything at this point including a reinstall, though somehow I doubt that will make a difference.

Karmic 64 bits, latest update. Device rev 8192sw off – Wireless and Bluetooth both disabled So basically I’d just enable bluetooth, not the WLAN – on setting it to light blue and using the Win2k driver, the card’s working really well.


I was able to implement this on a bit Ubuntu 9. Lijux Zhuo mengzhuo wrote on I’ve done all the updates and have had to connect to a wired network to do so.

[ubuntu] Realtek Wireless LAN card driver rtlse problems

No wonder the build fails. Mancy mancy wrote on I have done every possible combination to confirm its this driver alone and for my system its only this that makes it unusable. I can see from the readme file included with the drivers that it should work on Karmic, so I’m guessing that I’m either doing something wrong or that something is wrong with my Karmic install.

I don’t want the pre-installed driver because it does not allow me to get in monitor mode EDIT: