tp-link archer t2u (ac600)

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Re: tp-link archer t2u (ac600)

Post by JeremyB » Sun May 19, 2019 7:13 am

You could donate the money to Mint or a charity like JDRF

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Re: tp-link archer t2u (ac600)

Post by endersondesign » Sun May 19, 2019 8:02 am

Deal! Tenner winging it's way to JDRF shortly... :)

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Re: tp-link archer t2u (ac600)

Post by emitor » Mon May 20, 2019 2:18 am

JeremyB wrote:
Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:48 pm

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sudo apt install git dkms build-essential
git clone https://github.com/xtknight/mt7610u-linksys-ae6000-wifi-fixes.git
sudo dkms add mt7610u-linksys-ae6000-wifi-fixes
sudo dkms install mt7610u_sta/1.0
Then check EFI Secure Boot status with

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mokutil --sb-state
Any response other than Secure Boot is enabled should be good
I am trying to install it this way, but the second command throws error:

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$ sudo dkms add mt7610u-linksys-ae6000-wifi-fixes
Error! Invalid number of arguments passed.
Usage: add <module>/<module-version> or
       add -m <module>/<module-version> or
       add -m <module> -v <module-version>
Could you help me with that?

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Re: tp-link archer t2u (ac600)

Post by Olyum » Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:36 am

zerocoolroot wrote:
Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:38 pm


I managed with the method below:
https://github.com/ivannieto/archer-t2u ... -installer

##You should have python3 installed. If you not, type:
sudo apt install python3

##You should have git installed. If you not, type:
sudo apt install git

bash
$ git clone https://github.com/ivannieto/archer-t2u ... taller.git
$ cd archer-t2u-ubuntu-installer/ && python3 t2u-driver-installer.py

##Restart your computer when the installation is finished

##Once you had restarted, you can enable or disable the driver. Plug your USB dongle and run:

bash
$ sudo t2u-driver
## e = Enable
## d = Disable

##To uninstall t2u-driver type:

bash
$ sudo uninstall-t2u-driver
Hi!
This solution is works for me (Lnx Mint 19 Tara). Tanks! But one question: how I can to do this ($ sudo t2u-driver
## e = Enable) automatically on start up OS ?

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