Successful use It appears that the behaviour described above is due to a default low number of “retries” for retransmission of packets in the face of radio frequency interference. Please right-click the Network Manager icon and select Edit Connections. I have tried looking for help – but it seems that the B3 version needs special skills. I’ve tried several guides including: Bus Device Bus Device January 25th, 5.
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An update from lsusb: Join Date Jan Beans 7. First, open the script which is run whenever a network is established: Bus Device B1 This user’s firmware version: However in my experience, the wireless connection would hang very frequently.
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The driver “rtusb” is utilised by default when this unit is detected, as demonstrated by the following terminal command: The default setting can be observed with dwwa-140 following command: January 25th, 8. January 25th, 2. I’ve tried several guides including: Once the connection has hung, I could fix the problem by clicking on the WiFi icon in the top right of the screen, select “Disconnect”, then click the same icon again to reconnect to the network which it invariably did sucessfully and quickly.
Local Loopback inet addr: By adding the above command to a script, these settings take effect after every reboot. What do I do?
I hope you can help me getting the adapter working – The B3 version of the adapter seems to be quite difficult getting to work with the Ubuntu Bus Device January 25th, 7. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign ububtu using Facebook.
Select Wireless and then IPv6 Settings. Originally Posted by hmln-dk. January 26th, Sign up using Email and Password.