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Old 07-03-2014, 02:10 PM   #1
tumbleweed707
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Drivers for EnGenus EUB1200AC?


Hi I`m a newbie to Lunix started out with cinnamon now trying Qiana. I haven`t had to use my head this much sence win 3.0 . I do have a question. I`m trying to load the drivers for an EnGenus EUB1200AC. I have downloaded and installed ndiswrapper. I have followed the instructions from different linux blogs but have had no luck. I know it will take time to understand the way to do thing. Love Linux. The knowlage that it takes to write code I am amazed at all you that have a real understanding of code and computers. Nerd Want to Be like me just stand in aw of you guys and ladies .

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Old 07-04-2014, 03:30 PM   #2
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Before I used ndiswrapper (and it is good) I'd look at this to see if that chipset really is realtek. https://wikidevi.com/wiki/EnGenius_EUB1200AC

No, actually I'd see if your system already see's it and knows how to use it. lsusb and modprobe may be the first commands you'd run. Maybe even ifconfig -a.

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