I’ve seen other people say that KDE has problems with nvidia cards in general. Any idea how to get it working with that driver? I didn’t realise it would be such a hassle to get it working. Did you try the USB adapter under windows? However, I have found the connection to be very unstable with rt73usb.
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Ralink RT2501USB/RT2571W (RT73) devices
Except where otherwise noted, content on this wiki is licensed under the following license: P Try the following: I’ve seen other people say that KDE has problems with nvidia cards in general. Compiling and installing RT73 driver on Slackware Please report if any problems occur. That question would be better asked in backtrack forum http: This page is deprecated, updated documentation can be found here.
I tried several times but they all fail at this point: I checked the dkms version and it’s the same as it was before install, 2.
bscktrack Manpage of DKMS http: Is there any other way of changing the refresh rate other than updating the kernel? Rutilt sees WPA, and connects correctly.
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Nothing I try can get rid of them. N00d13sNov 6, See this thread http: Log in or Sign up.
Hi i am a linux nubbie when i do sudo dkms build -m rtk2wrlz -v 3. I tried rr73 create such a directory but no joy. Can you copy the code with the changes? Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies.
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It requires a hard drive installation. Ralink have an RT driver here: That’ll save a lot of people who use the generic kernel from having to compile custom kernel just for this: With the default rt73usb, I have to blacklist rtusb, which seems to interfere with it.
Problem compiling RT73 driver. Beginning to think that updated on the live USB version is hopeless. Wicd Manager finds now the WLan. When I compile my kernels I make them all modules, so one can drop via modprobesay ath5k, and use madwifi-ng for AirPWN, etc.
I using Backtrack 5. I can’t figure out what i’m doing wrong, i followed the guide carefully.
Jakamo5Nov 7, Still looking at other options. If you’re running a generic 2. If that doesn’t cut it, try Method 2.