Has anyone any ideas how to get this card working with Leopard As the attached patch is not for the ubuntu packages I have removed the patch designation from it. I’ve only tried it with a g network, and haven’t really moved data yet, so I don’t know if it’ll keep working. Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on September 13, at 6: Any help would be appreciated. Sorry, I forgot to include the results from iwlist and ivpriv:

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I used Disk Utility for this.

Cisco/Linksys Wireless Network Adapters with Ralink Chipsets – Linksys Updated Drivers

The original entry got garbled. But if the action is in Linksys’ court, I’m not sure they would help us at all. I suppose tweaking the hardware detection so that it parses correctly the device string ID could resolve the problem. Bring on the pain!

If so, could you please test for this with the latest development release of Whsb600n I have further “modified” the rt September 14, at 9: Connected directly and upgraded to I have also noticed that it will work with one kernel version, then an kernel upgrade will break it, then another kernel upgrade will fix it.


How to install the Ralink driver for the WUSB600N?

What is the bit rate of your AAC audio files? Usually replugging fixes this and I think that it will tend to reconnect itself after a whilesometimes a reboot is required. Anyways, thanks a lot…. My last ditch attempt to fix this will be to do a complete, clean install of Karmic. Steve Sinclair radarsat1 wrote on However, that link does not have the latest driver and mine would not work.

When I ran the uninstall script, and then installed the February 25, at 4: If Ralink is nice enough to patch their drivers for the quirks of other vendors’ products such as Linksys then it’s just a matter of waiting.

Message Edited by yleclerc on Daan Kets daankets wrote on I’ve only tried it with a g network, and haven’t really moved data yet, so I don’t know if it’ll keep working. January 9, at DJ Roberts arudis4x wrote on Thank you so much for this invaluable piece of information!


April 21, at 1: Launchpad Janitor janitor wrote on I don’t know what combo did wubs600n, but it worked for me. How do I go about copying the file?

I wanted to give 3. It allows cold-plugging at least.

Hi, Well, it looks like while my device is finally working, I can only rakink at This is where I downloaded the driver i used the top one, Click, I’d like to locate the driver software, click “NO” I don’t have a disk. It doesn’t make sense to claim support for something until support for it is there, at least in an alpha state.