Visit the following links: Finally a dual band wifi adapter that fully and easily works. Having found out Lenovo uses bios white listing for pci devices I was forced to look for an usb-adapter. Find More Posts by Ztcoracat. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

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D-Link DWA-171 rev A1

They work with Linux. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here. I replaced 2nd and 3rd lines with git clone https: My computer does not recognize the USB adapter as a wifi card, the drivers do not work.


Unknown November 20, at 4: Find More Posts by Ztcoracat. But it does not work out of the box in my Ubuntu.

Anything is fair game. I tried running “make clean”, but it generated an error.

Having found out Lenovo uses bios white listing for pci devices I was forced to look for an usb-adapter. Results 1 to 10 of Posted by linud at 6: Click Here to receive ,inux Complete Guide absolutely free. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Likely, the linux kernel supports that adapter, it’s just the kernel module is not compiled or configured to load the proper module. I do have some questions left, but that is for sometime later. I get this error: Try it at your own risk.

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March 9th, 8. Have a look at these. Originally Posted by johnrevier. March 9th, 4. Having tried several, all unable to connect to a 5 GHz network due to driver isues or better a lack of a proper driver I almost gave in All times are GMT Join Lknux Mar Beans 1.


Using DLink’s DWA 171 USB Wireless Dongle with Ubuntu 16.04

Everything seems to install fine until I get to sudo modprobe au. Just using info right here. I downloaded the uc and au drivers from github, but they did not work.

Only thing i have is it doesnt see any 5ghz networks Chinmaya Pati May 23, at 5: