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Is the rtlse driver maybe conflicting? On searching deeper, I found that I should use ndiswrapper with the Windows drivers, following these instructions.

I have a Realtek RTL Was more seamless on the other newer computers in the house.

Someone somewhere told that Lucid kernel 2. It’ll really help me with learning more about how to go about things in linux.

Too bad I can’t remember exactly where I downloaded the working drivers. Advice in that regard may be useful too.

The one I used was exactly the one that came with the product, more precisely the WinXP x86 driver named “rtlp. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Doesn’t seem to recover from or ignore interference like it does when I boot to XP.


If someone could breakdown how to do this that’d be awesome. Tags for this Thread 9. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Anybody know or have experience there?

Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. I’m not used to digging around in this kind of stuff.


But I’m curious if the driver will work on the wifi card, as it seems most of the Realtek wifi stuff points in that direction. Other than that, I suppose I could try to figure out where my wifi is installed in WinXP partition, copy it over to Mint and try the ndiswrapper approach. Liux surprised I managed to update what I did in Mint. But I think Realte, still have to play the blinky network game of partial downloading and restarting to get wine working.

CONFIG_RTL8192E: RealTek RTL8192E Wireless LAN NIC driver

March 19th, 1. I downloaded the bit drivers, installed them with ndiswrapper, and verified that the installation worked: Dropping every 5 to 10 minutes. Want to add to the discussion? October 8th, 5. How do I remove that one? Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.


Will Realtek driver work on ? Getting the Mint going seems to be worth it, seems to wake up the quad-core somewhat with bit vs Odd way perhaps, but documents and stuff for that hardware is gone or in reaktek. Join Date Jan Beans 1.

Realtek wireless doesn’t work – Ask Ubuntu

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