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The Ralink RT2700E does not work out of the box on Ubuntu 8.10 Compiled the driver following this link apt-get install module-assistant m-a prepare [get things needed to compile] apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.27-11 linux-headers-2.6.27-11-generic cd /usr/src wget wget jxpvf 2008_0918_RT2860_Linux_STA_v220.127.116.11bz2 cd 2008_0918_RT2860_Linux_STA_v18.104.22.168 vi os/linux/[ Added =y to the two WPA supplicant options] make make install Then rebooted with 2.6.27-11 and redo the above operation.
Added rt2860sta to /etc/modules, so it is loaded on boot.
Aggressive APM settings shorten the life span of the hard drive.
Fortunately, the workaround for Mac OS X is the same as in Linux; I found port of hdaparm to Mac OS X], and installed it by copying to /Library/Launch Daemons and hdapm (the executable) at /usr/local/bin.
It is remarkable how the Apple guys make the transition from GNU/Linux or BSD (or any other POSIX system) to Mac OS X a paved road for the Unix developer.
You can just fire a Terminal ( being the Mac OS X equivalent of Unix's xterm , and you have all the familiar tools, including the whole GNU toolchain (Xcode's Objective C compiler is GNU cc).
I just tested without touching them and using the free original D: partition.
I had seem it before https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/ bug/104535[in Ubuntu].Some ajkessel here points that disabling the auto-negotiation feature (negotiate 10/100/1000 Mbps link with the ethernet switch) fixes the problem But it does not.In the end I figured out why for some time it did work and now it does not: The driver works with the kernel package 2.6.27-7 (the one installed from the CD) but not with the 2.6.27-11 (the one upgraded), so i rebooted using the old kernel to just...There’s a lot of Google talk out there about how to do it, but not everybody seems to be successful. However, I sat down today and decided to give it my best shot again, and this time I succeeded!Not only did I succeed with i Deneb 1.4 (which installs Mac OS X 10.5.6), I successfully upgraded that release to 10.5.7. 🙂 I’m documenting here the steps I followed (many times, just to make sure they worked for me) to achieve a successful Mac OS X 10.5.x install in a VMware Workstation 6.5.2 machine.