Visit the following links: According to my tests, it seems to me that the problem is not that the interface is set to “rate 1M”, but to “rate auto”, and that this automatic bitrate adjustment mode is broken, setting rate down to 1M. August 2nd, 6. And I got finally after several attempts: The bug affects also Ralink RT61 card. Is it too late to add it to the list?
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By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Anyway, doing away with having to compile the divers to continue each Ubuntu installation is excellent work. Lfvel tried the linux-backports -modules- hardy package and my problems persisted.
The same problem with a slow connection with rt73 card has been reported by another user: Originally Posted by jasmineaura. July 17th, 1. You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
I levwl the LevelOne wncusb v3 adapter and takes to the Ralink rt73 chip which already I made work in another D-Link device serialmonkey driver. I’m using kernel 2. Henrik Nilsen Omma henrik wrote on He wants to download wine to be able to extract drivers liable to keep his interface up all the time. The newest Gutsy and Hardy kernel still generates problems with ralink card.
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If both of those fail, you might try installing lshwwhich has a gui version gtk-lshw that should identify it. Found some relevant comments about why the speed of the connection may be lower than expected.
Nothing interesting in XOrg log. So please be patient, things are moving and they are on the right way. Onr Feisty it’s fine for me.
If you’d like to troubleshoot that yourself there’s a lot of documentation on wireless, including two or three troubleshooting guides: I’d rather get a good On one occasion the installer would not even install properly, lvel would delete all temporary files when it failed and exited.
I had to revert to normal version.
I’m using a rtbased card by Foxconn: View all comments or add a comment. Ralink rt does not work in Gutsy! Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter see dmesg edit full dmesg edit lsusb-v edit unnamed edit unnamed edit unnamed edit dmesg-rtpci ldvel iwconfig-rtpci edit linux-backports-modules-hardy version info edit dmesg-ndiswrapper edit iwconfig-ndiswrapper edit install rt2xCVS Hardy edit Add attachment.
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Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Can you try updating to this newer kernel and verify this bug is still an issue for you? I’m attaching dmesg and iwconfig output from rtpci as well as ndiswrapper which I’m currently using.
Not a single packet loss when running a sigle interface alone in an idle machine.
problem with wifi adapter LevelOne wnc0301usb v3 [RT73]
You can also try to use ndiswrapper and Ralink’s Windows drivers. Update to my message.
If you could provide the output of “lsusb”, we would know what chipset it really has. It makes all rt2x00 cards useless with Ubuntu! I had posted the installation procedure slightly modified with info from forum user with successfull attempts together with the bug report  Hope someone can help and advise what can be done. Ndiswrapper list has this about your card: Jos Dehaes jos-dehaes wrote on I had search the forums and many people using Red-Hat, Debian, Ubuntu, Mandriva had followed the instructions managed to setup the adapter.