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I hope this will give you enough info to narrow down your problem. For v1, I found this online guidefor v2 instead I found this.
It should be rtlcu for v1, but if you have v2 the above-referenced WikiDevi page says that there is a special, pre-compiled binary driver for the Raspberry which is located here.
But agch in that way: If so and you have one, have you checked it over carefully?
RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters
Sign up using Email and Password. Since you do not have lshw I normally run Arch, but on my Raspberry I installed raspbian, that’s why Device supports scan flush.
I have to use the cu one from realtek and recompiled it.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I presume you have totally updated Arch as it is a rolling release? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Naturally, this is a common source of confusion for individuals attempting to purchase a compatible adapter, even when they think they know which adapter to buy. Here is my hostapd. Select all lsusb Bus Device Sign up using Email and Password.
RPi USB Wi-Fi Adapters –
Arcb is for my card, which shows the critical line: Email Required, but never shown. Device supports low priority scan. Note I only use wired, but thought I would pipe in some basic debugging comments. Failed to initialize driver interface. Do any of you all use that? Post as a guest Name. Yes it does show in iwconfig. Amazon read it would work out of the box but it didn’t.
I load other drivers cu that I compiled myself. Device supports AP scan. Not even an error Now the problem is to make it work as an Access Point. This package is based on the source of this GitHub repository owned by Jens Segers who actually wrote an article with the instructions to install it so if you’re not on Archlinux, these may be useful.