Bus 002 Device 005: ID 13b1:000d Linksys WUSB54G v4 802.11g Adapter [Ralink RT2500USB]
At first, I just plugged it in, and the kernel loaded the rt2500usb module. Network Manager sees it, sees my wifi network, and after entering the password, it connects. But the connection to the internet seems to last for roughly half a second, and then it refuses to connect to any site whatsoever. I tried disabling power management and ipv6, but neither improved the situation.
So then I tried ndiswrapper. While I have it working on Windows 10, it's my understanding that ndiswrapper cannot work with Windows 10 drivers, so I couldn't just copy those drivers. (I tried, and ndiswrapper complained about not being able to understand some symbols in the driver's code.) I believe I found some older Windows XP 64-bit driver on Microsoft's Windows Update site, but after installing it via ndiswrapper, the driver does not seem to recognize that the adapter has been plugged in, and thus no wireless interface is created, as only lo and eth0 exist after looking at the iwconfig output.
Any ideas on how to get it working? I will do my best to give any additional info as needed. Thanks in advance!