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Ruben Ortega 1 year ago.
On Centos 7 3. This article has been a lifesaver for me, thank you so much! Thank you 11 months ago. However, the very first linkx requires an internet connection to fetch some archives…. Linkx me it was interesting to read that the first bug was found using some tool cppcheck doing a static analysis of the code. As much as I hate to do it that way, it seems to work. The device wakes up at beacon intervals typically Commenters and Reddit users reported that they got it working on various 3.
Adam Scheller 3 years ago. I wish I could help. I think the ping times are a lot higher due to power management.
[SOLVED] bit, kernel , rtlcu, connected to wifi but no internet
The old initramfs was preserved, and using it I booted back to the original situation.
Anyone else having this problem? Work on Fedora 26!!! Blog Random stuff… Comments Posts. Post as a guest Name. Which is “the other module”?
RTL8192CU and Linux 3.13.10
You can see where the data were being transmitted, and not. Fixing that old driver to newer kernels will probably be harder as time goes by. In the following messages, the failure occurred at Probably by the skin on its teeth….
Many thanks for this clear presentation, Adam.
Thank God for search engines and all the helpful people on the Internet. This thing has consumed, end-to-end weeks of my time, and I guess the same goes for maybe a hundred thousand other people. Kernel preparation unnecessary for this kernel.
I have to llnux almost out of range which happens at my home. I was just going to switch to a different wifi dongle when I found this workaround.
HorstB 2 years ago. TN 2 years ago.
CONFIG_RTL8192CU: Realtek RTL8192CU/RTL8188CU USB Wireless Network Adapter
I did something similar on fedora applying patches from somewhere till about ilnux year? Thank you so much you saved my life. If I do something outbound, ping for example, it comes back to life until more inactivity. Coming across your article cheered me up enormously.