It sounds as if I should have attempted to preform the install under BerryBoot and not within the Raspbian OS. Is this correct?fruitoftheloom wrote: ↑Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:34 pmDimension02000 wrote: ↑Mon Apr 01, 2019 2:22 pmThanks MrEngman for getting back to me s quickly.MrEngman wrote: ↑Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:35 pmHi,
Sorry you found things confusing.
Unfortunately the drivers I have compiled are for the RPI Raspbian OS images and the output you show for uname indicates you are not using a basic Raspbian image but possibly BerryBoot which the drivers I have compiled will not work with.
The driver used by the wifi module, USB id 148F:761A, you are trying to use is the Ralink mt7610u driver.
I would suggest you access the wiki or forum for BerryBoot, if that is the kernel you are using, and ask about installing the mt7610u driver there.
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
I am running the full version of Raspbian OS so I do not see how BerryBoot is causing an issue. It is from my understanding that BerryBoot simply allows me to dual boot my system. For example I have Raspbian installed along with Kodi and RetroPie. I want the ablitity to be able to boot to the the different OS for the different projects that I am attempting to do.
Is there a different application that you would recommend that I run instead of BerryBoot that would allow me to dual boot and allow me to install the wifi dongle?
BerryBoot has its own Kernel which is used by all installed Operating Systems, therefore it is not the same as the current Raspbian Stretch....
....BerryBoot is the only multi-boot available, though NooBS/ PiNN which is an installer / chooser allows selecting various Operating Systems on start up: