This package is based on the source of this GitHub repository. If you have v2, you should definitely use this. Which means I can set up an AP through hostapd, while I use a wifi connection to forward hostapd traffic to the Internet. I load other drivers cu that I compiled myself. But not in that way: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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Perhaps the driver of your card only supports the old WEXT interface, not nl? But not in that way: You can always find it here if you need it.
So I followed several tutorials to have the driver working. After this major disclaimer, I will just say that http: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. TX 0 RX 0 Supported interface modes: I regret I cannot be any more precise.
Cannot get realtek USB wifi to work on RPi [Arch ARM] – Raspberry Pi Forums
If so and you have one, have you checked it over carefully? For v1, I found this online guidefor arhc instead I found this.
RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters
Do any of you all use that? It should be rtlcu for v1, but if you have v2 the linjx WikiDevi page says that there is a special, pre-compiled binary driver for the Raspberry which is located here. Which means I can set up an AP through hostapd, while I use linuz wifi connection to forward hostapd traffic to the Internet. Amazon read it would work out of the box but it didn’t.
You ought to make nl802111 same check for your card. I think wifi-menu is part of netctl which is different. Post as a guest Name.
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Email Required, but never shown. Now the problem is to make it work as an Access Point.
If someone could help me, or give me more information on what’s going wrong it will be very nice! I finally found a solution: Sign up using Facebook. How to enable wifi direct on a BeagleBone with Arch Linux using a rtlcus chip? Now it is important to learn which driver you are using. Yes it does show in iwconfig. Yes, it does work.