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Please add a comment to what you had to do to get it to work if this was possible, as well as a URL to an outstanding Launchpad bug report to address the issues encountered.
July 10th, 2. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. We will use Mange’s github as he included the commit and has dkms support so the driver will automatically get rebuilt for a kernel update.
I was able to patch mange’s github source so that it will compile with a couple minor errors and it should support your device Code:. My Linux edition is Ubuntu I’ve run lsusb with and without the adapter plugged and without the adapter the line.
Yes Recognized and working out of the box in ubuhtu It’s worth noting I only got this as I thought, reading other experiences, this would work out of the box; however I believe that there has been a change on Version 3 of the TL-WNN meaning it has issues. Installing wireless-compat didn’t help. Driver homepage is here: As you say, lsusb returns empty string.
Installing TL-WN821N V5 on Ubuntu 16.10
Tested on Ubuntu Karmic Koala bit version with linux kernel 2.
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Works fine in Wireless G. Works out of the box After install, it says hardware not present.
In the manual of the Linux driver it is said that the driver is for: