[FredLug] Loading driver for Premiertek PT-H9DN WiFI adapter
ted.brunell at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 15:06:20 EST 2011
#yum provides */rt2870.o
It'll give you the name of the package (if any) that has that file in it.
On Mar 6, 2011 1:53 PM, "Mark Walker" <marwalk at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Okay, after going around the loop with Google several times with no good
> results, I'd be interested in any suggestions any of you might have to
> get a wifi adapter that is supposed to have been proven with Red Hat
> working on Fedora 14. I've yum installed all the kmod modules for my
> current kernel, and rebooted. Yes, there is a CD that came with the
> product, but the procedures for Linux require one to be almost a kernel
> developer to install it (I could share the README if you'd like).
> Output on my machine that provides further info is this:
> $ lsusb | grep -i ralink
> Bus 002 Device 003: ID 148f:3070 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT2870/RT3070
> Wireless Adapter
> Also the README says:
> Driver lName:
> It seems to be in the rpmfusion free repositories, for example:
> (yes, I've installed that)
> NetworkManager does not see the device, even though it's listed as an
> active USB connection. Looks from here like a driver loading issue.
> Maybe an lsmod command? (if so, exact syntax for this would be
> One immediate question I have is this: Where can I get the compiled
> rt2870.o/rt2870.ko drivers, and in what directory do I place them on an
> x86_64 Fedora installation?
> This is a nice adapter and I sure would like to get it working. All
> thoughts and suggestions appreciated.
> - --
> Mark Caldwell Walker
> Contact info at marwalk.tel
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