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DLink DWA-131 usb wireless on Ubuntu 10.10

#Get the firmware

sudo mkdir /lib/firmware/RTL8192SU
sudo cp rtl8192sfw.bin /lib/firmware/RTL8192SU
# unplug and plug the device again, this should make it work

# This will load r8192s_usb module



  1. Whoever you are... you are absolutely THE MAN!!!!! Works flawlessly!

  2. Hi, my device is on-board-mini-pci and cannot be unplugged.

    Any idea to that? Thanks in advance,

  3. After a few hours of pain I came across your post and it DID work!
    Ubuntu 10.10 2.6.35-22-generic


  4. Hi Jack,
    Reboot will also trigger the driver to get loaded again.


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