Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? I don’t know exactly what it is, but when I typed lsmod grep rt I got: One review said it has an Atheros chipset. Go with the “Open With The documentation implies that I can search for missing drivers with System Setup. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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But now it’s simply dropping connection.

Connecting Asus USB-N13 Wireless Adapter – Ask Ubuntu

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I haven’t installed any drivers or anything, since the first time I put it in it connected after selecting the signaland I’m beginning to think that’s the problem. Thank you for your interest in this question.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. You will see lines of text scroll by, pause, and scroll by again, adus the driver is built and installed.

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Bus Device General advice about WiFi technology As last comments, specially in WiFi, you have to pay good money to have good chipsets that work as promised. Everything is pretty much fine now. The time now is I do still have wired Ethernet available so I can download additional drivers if necessary, but I don’t know how to proceed and Google hasn’t been helpful.

I don’t know exactly what it is, but when I typed lsmod grep rt I got:. The connection doesn’t seem to be hanging up anymore.

Post as a guest Name. How can I easily share the output of a command or a text file with others? Even if using 5GHz, as the 5GHz protocol was designed to travel smaller distances, external antennas are a must. I am using the firmware-realtek drivers for the adapter, and not the official ones, as nn13 are difficult to install. First, we’ll install the Linux headers necessary to build the drivers.

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Then, sometimes that won’t work. Also, if I put the computer to sleep or restart, it’ll stop working.


Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Following the first terminal command you linked to, I get this: No need to muck around with drivers on the included CD. The answer to hardwarerecs.

The ASUS adapter now doesn’t startup with the reboot. I don’t know exactly what it is, but when I typed lsmod grep rt I got: The wi-fi signal seems to stay strong, but auss connection dies.

I also had crashes almost every week even with the thing blacklisted by software. I think I can try to complain to Amazon and get my money back, and hopefully buy a better one.

All times are GMT. I think you may be confused by what you read on forums, AU, etc. Here’s the output of the wireless-info thing I ran us the connection died a few minutes ago.