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148F 2573 DRIVER
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Kernel driver automatically loaded: zdrw. Circumstances tested:. Plugged into powered USB hub. Overige informatiebronnen: Domotica forum EU Tweakers. Het gebruik van software, downloads, scripts en uitleg op deze website is geheel op eigen risico, DomoticX is niet aansprakelijk voor de schade die, rechtstreeks of onrechtstreeks het gevolg is van gebruik van deze website! I tried blacklisting, reinstalling the driver which I couldn't and didn't, 148f 2573 the rt73 driver doesn't build in newer kernelsand other things I don't remember which didn't worked out. The following is a brief reprise of the steps necessary to re-build the kernel driver and re-install it. Hi Tim, I installed your deb and my belkin usb adapter now works.
CONFIG_RT2500USB: Ralink rt2500 (USB) support
Sung-Jin Hong serialx-net wrote on : The above deb only works when I do sudo rmmod rt rt73 sudo modprobe rt73 sudo ifconfig wlan0 up. Ben Hutchings benh-debian wrote on : Dudley dudleygb wrote on : Hi guys, Thanx for a really sweet distro, I'm really enjoying Gutsy. Thanks 148f 2573. I still hope this problem gets fixed soon.
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Information, Vendor ID, f. Vendor Name, Ralink Technology, Corp. Device ID, a. Device Name. Hi. 148f 2573 recently installed for the first time Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon 32 148f 2573. When installing this OS from an usb I was connected to the internet by.