kilaueabart wrote:Some time back I bought a USB thing that is supposed to make a computer wifi capable. I looked at it again yesterday and noticed that it supposedly includes Linux computers. So I copied the Linux folder ("RTL8188C_8192C_USB_linux_v4.0.2_9000.20130911" by name) off the disc to my Desktop.
It's full of folders and a basic readme.txt which are all very discouraging, and I don't expect to be able to make the thing work on my X1000. But it does have an "install.sh" and I figured nothing to lose if I try it. So I "sudo su" and cd to that folder and go "./install.sh." "Permission denied."
What nerve! It's my computer, I bought the program etc., how can it refuse to do what I tell it?
Anyway, is there any way to get Permission?
sudo cp -R 4.9.0-rc3_A-EON_AmigaONE_X1000_Nemo /lib/modules
kilaueabart wrote:I'm running 4.9-rc3 with its kernel modules in /lib/modules. But how do I use the adapter? I assume with what you have added to the kernel I no longer need to try to run install.sh?
xeno74 wrote:kilaueabart wrote:I'm running 4.9-rc3 with its kernel modules in /lib/modules. But how do I use the adapter? I assume with what you have added to the kernel I no longer need to try to run install.sh?
Have you seen your USB wireless network adapter in the NetworkManager? You don't need to run install.sh.
kilaueabart wrote:Now it has quit doing that. Network Connections agrees that it has never been used.
xeno74 wrote: Which Wi-Fi encryption algorithm do you use? WEP, WPA, or WPA2?
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