I am in no way making statements of fact. I just installed the latest driver for rtlse card on my Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 13 AMD processor powered , and after installing these messages are logged in the message log repeatedly:. Thanks again for this driver. Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. This on amd64 platform: I’ve been using ndiswrapper with the Win2K driver on my Toshiba L with the Realtek SE and sometimes it gave me some headaches like lost signal and also I wanted to set the wireless card to monitor mode which is not available with ndiswrapper.

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So it seems like it’s a bug with WPA2 only. It was frustrating to see wlan0, only to find that it was inoperable.

Marius wishinet wrote on After changing it to WPA2 Mixed the connection doesn’t drop anymore. Valdimir No, it is still there.

It does mean that until I can get the driver to compile properly, following method 1, that I have to manually bring the card up by running “sudo. The moment I turned on encryption on my router I had problems all over again.

CONFIG_RTL8192SE: Realtek RTL8192SE/RTL8191SE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter

No, there is no problem. It turns out it was my router setting. Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you lijux read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.


Also my home network uses WPA2-Personal; I’ve been having a lot of issues with the Realtek drivers connecting to these so heh Since that time the connection was a nightmare. Hi zippy Thanks for your testing.

Thanks for you pointing out. Drivers are defaults from lucid, i did’t touch something. The same problems exists wtih 2. Same issue with my Lenovo xe under Ubuntu On amd64, with the modified driver, I no longer have kernel panic, but the interface wlan0 won’t work fine, even if Wi-Fi is enabled in NetworkManager. So basically I’d just enable bluetooth, not the WLAN – on setting it to light blue and using the Win2k driver, the card’s working really well.

Realtek RTL8191SE, RTL8192SE 11b/g/n Wireless PCI-E Adapter Linux/Unix Driver,Ver.0019

Sign up using Email and Password. The only issue is that my card can’t see any wireless network. Forgive me, I thought I added that I didn’t think my post was a fix, but it may help some out there who are able to “see” their network, but unable to connect to it. It would see my network but failed on WPA authentication.

Please try the rtlse Linux driver in the attachment from Realtek. Actually, one wireless network at the university, my machine always goes into a kernel panic as soon as the wireless connects.


compiling – how can I build the RTLSE driver? – Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

Perhaps I should have been clearer with my suggestion. Lights off – Wireless and Bluetooth both disabled.

In my system, after installing ilnux latest driver from Realtek Version: But it looks like the driver stops working after the machine has gone to sleep and waken up again.

For Ubuntu, use these terminal commands: Well, the driver i downloaded from the official repository works as a charm but refuses to go in monitor mode, so i thought this would be the way to go? One is merely trying to help those who may be in the same situation I was in.

Liinux for all of your help Sweevo. At this moment wifi works fine but sometimes I have interruptions and I have to stay 1m from my router away. I have even tried emailing their tech support for help and the drivers they sent me still cause the same problems, some even worse than before. I had make some deb for this card in http: