echo "blacklist rt2800pci" | tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
echo rt3562sta | tee -a /etc/modules
piecer wrote:I'm not sure what you mean by that, or how to find any of that information out
sudo iwconfig ra0
piecer wrote:mads - ...There's an issue with downloading packages - I have no internet! I'm on my Ubuntu install right now.
Plus the part you said about the rt2800pci driver working - It doesn't, and has never worked in Ubuntu either, I've already compiled and installed the rt3560sta driver that comes with my card on a disk, which is how I've always done it in Ubuntu, and it always results in a working wireless.
piecer wrote:2nd edit- iwonfig shows my essid, and it's the correct one - Tp-link_3e094f.
piecer wrote:I got a couple of seconds where I managed to connect to an IRC server but it went off again in seconds. It doesn't seem to let me lock it to a MAC address either, when I do that the save button is greyed. Is there any way to completely remove my saved wireless network config and start over?
ip a s ra0 | grep inet (to find out IP, netmask)
ip r s | grep default (to find out the default gateway)
grep nameserver /etc/resolv.conf (to find out the DNS)
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