Credit ought to go to MrEngman, who wrote the script really.olibanum wrote:You Sir/Madam are a God amongst mortals!
My suggestion would be to mention this problem in the original thread I linked to a couple of posts ago. Then MrEngman, who wrote the installation script, might be able to help you. He probably doesn't know this thread even exists.matthew5384 wrote:Anyone else having problems? Suggestions?
Charlatan!alexeames wrote:Credit ought to go to MrEngman, who wrote the script really.olibanum wrote:You Sir/Madam are a God amongst mortals!
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... =26&t=6256
By the way, he released an updated script yesterday that deals with issues brought up with rpi-update updates (which previously caused issues with this chipset a couple of weeks back).
You may wish to refer to the original thread here:CPOpi wrote:Hello All,
I have had no success so far trying to install the 7811 Wi-Fi dongle, after about five trys, each taking about 25 mins, including RPI-Update. What happens is that using an Ethernet connection initially and the latest script file, all goes well until the firmware update happens then, some 10 mins into this the screen goes blank. Watching the 'link' LED and the SD Activity LED there is still something happening. However, no matter how long I wait, the screen never return, unless I press a key. At that point the message about inserting the adaptor is there, but of course the adaptor had not been inserted... so failure. I tried inserting the adaptor during the balnk screen phase, no success. The message on reboot is always that wlan0 could not be found. The adaptor works on a Windows PC. Any similar problems from anyone? Using a wired link on the RPi, I have no problem connecting.
Thanking you muchly!olibanum wrote:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/80256631/instal ... -latest.sh
Check out the Micronet Auto install script @
http://www.elinux.org/RPi_VerifiedPerip ... i_Adapters
or the forum I posted above for more info.
The /boot directory is the one you see when viewing with Windows Explorer. The image you are showing.rapunzel wrote:Sorry I'm an absolute newbie under Linux and the Raspberry Pi. I bought the Edimax EW-7811UN because I had believed the installation is very easy. The introductions from MrEngman are very clear. But he has written: "sudo /boot/install-rtl8188cus-latest.sh" But if i had a look on my SD Card under Win 7:
Where can I find this "boot " - directory ? under Win 7 ?
He wrote for idiots, but not enough. for me, i think
There is a new script that should work with all versions of Raspbian including the new one. Just follow olibanum's link to find it.mfilos wrote:Any news about running on the new official Wheezy Rasbian distro?
It was working awesomely well on all previous Debian squeezy distros but now that I installed the new one, the latest.sh screwed the installation, while the beta-wheezy doesn't work.
Please update it for Rasbian
Thanks olibanum.olibanum wrote:The main discussion is on the thread in this link. Ive specifically selected a post from MrEngman about Raspbian.
http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 25#p127325