joerod wrote: MrEngman wrote:
joerod wrote:I'm having a hard time with this USB wifi adapter as well, I'm trying to get it to work with a Raspberry B+ (4.1.7-v7+), are there any pre-compiled drivers that I can easily install?
What OS are you using. There are drivers available that I have compiled for Raspbian.
You say you are using a Pi B+ with kernel 4.1.7-v7+. That is not right. A Pi B+ will use kernel 4.1.7+. with NO "-v7". What is the output of command uname -a
Here it is directly from the Raspberry
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pi@zwave ~ $ uname -a
Linux zwave 4.1.7-v7+ #817 SMP PREEMPT Sat Sep 19 15:32:00 BST 2015 armv7l GNU/Linux
OK you are using raspbian. I have a number of different drivers I have compiled that can be downloaded.
You did not say which wifi you are using so can you post the output of command lsusb
when you have the wifi connected to your Pi.
Sorry, but I just need to ask as the post is about wifi using the 8192eu driver but there have been quite a few posts about using other drivers so I just need to be sure which one you use. The last few posts have been about the wifi using the 8188cus/8192cu driver which is included in the kernel image and as you say
joerod wrote:I'm having a hard time with this USB wifi adapter as well
it's not clear which one you have. If you do have wifi which uses the 8192cu driver then you do not need to download a driver as it is included in the raspbian image. You just need to configure your wifi to get it to work.
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