Recently I built new PC with Ubuntu OS 14.04 (64bit). I noticed the D-Link Wireless N Nano USB Adapter doesn't get detected and installed automatically.
Following are the adapter specifications:
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- Model No: DWA-131
- Hardware Version : E1
- Firmware Version : 5.00
D-link Dwa-132 Firmware
How to install this wireless adapter?
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I added a driver for this adapter to PPA. It can be installed by running:
Dwa 132 Driver
Here's exactly what and where you have to edit:
Download the source of the DWA-131 (version E1) Linux driver.
Extract your source and go to
Search for the following line:
You have to actually insert this:
//ed, 20150426 //
Then write the file and do:
I also did the following:
(Please note that the
build-essentialpackage is already installed on the machine. You'll have to
apt-get installit if you want to be able to
make installanything on the machine.)
Hope this helps make the process clearer. Thanks to the first author for the files to modify.
This way is working on my desktop (x86_64, ubuntu 14.04, kernel 3.13.0-49-generic). For your reference.
- Download the source of the DWA-131 (ver:E1) linux driver.
- Extract the zip file (DWA-131_Linux_driver_v18.104.22.168.zip)
Modify two lines (//ed, 20150426 //...) in the
rtw_ndev_notifier_call()function, file name
compile the codes. (refer to
readme.txtin the downloaded package)
install the driver
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