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I am using an Edimax EWUn wireless adapter with the “cu” kernel module. Spot on walk-through, thanks for posting it up! My kernel is 3. Step 3 is not needed Update: However, I suspect it has something to do with the Kernel version. How can we help you today? The only workaround is to use unungu open source driver from GitHub. Get notified of new R posts I don’t spam, nor give your email to others.

Thnx for the great tutorial! I recently decided to make the plunge and install ubuntu The little blue light is flashing once more.


It is running kernel v4. I installed it as per the instructions on the “cu” github page.

Edimax EW-7811Un USB wireless – connecting to a network (on ubuntu 11.10)

Works well with the stock Madwifi drivers. Zeno 1 2 7.

Thanks finally got it to work though the zip files you refer to do not exist on the linked site. For now at least, installing Lucid was my solution.

Otherwise there will be a error 2 message and it fails to install the driver. You may need to restart your system if kernel update has been installed. And right after 88 is a number ‘1’ likenot a letter ‘l’ like lemon. I bit the bullet and bought one from thinkpenguin. Yes Works in Maverick Here’s the instructions on how to install the open source driver from github on Debian-based Linux OS with kernel v3. Email Required, but never shown.

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Sorry we couldn’t be helpful. Post as a guest Name. Worked a treat after the restart and can finally update my system and get on web now. The third line puts you in the right directory, and the fourth line installs the driver.

I did actually edit script files although not needed by latest driver. I did everything it says but when I run sudo bash install.

Tested with Ubuntu Dapper on bit. Please note that accordingly. Any versions higher than that are not supported.

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