[FredLug] Loading driver for Premiertek PT-H9DN WiFI adapter
marwalk at gmail.com
Tue Mar 8 20:32:59 EST 2011
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Thanks, Paul, will do. A modprobe -l shows the rt2870 drivers loaded,
but the device doesn't show in either NetworkManager or iwconfig.
Will let you guys know how if goes with the 3070 modules. Ding on the
documentation if that turns out to work; and I'll be happy to have it work.
On 3/8/11 10:48 AM, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 06, 2011 at 02:53:21PM -0500, Mark Walker wrote:
>> 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
> That model ID ":3070" seems to indicate this is rt3070-driven
> hardware, not rt2870.
>> 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 appreciated)
>> 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.
> I think the kmod-rt3070 at rpmfusion is a separate module. You should
> try installing that one to see if it gives you more love.
Mark Caldwell Walker
Contact info at marwalk.tel
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