Post Last Edited by gbi at 2014-10-13 02:46 |
Post Last Edited by gbi at 2014-10-13 02:39
Reply 3# deks
maybe you need firmware for your wlan hardware, which is possibly not installed. If it is really Ralink 2870 based, the firmware is in the package firmware-ralink. Do aand look if you see a package named firmware-ralink. Or better post the output ;). If it's not installed, do an
After installation of the firmware and a restart you can do aand you should see messages indicating successful initialization regarding your hardware. If not you have to dig deeper. Copy the Code
- apt-get install firmware-ralink
UPDATE: here http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum ... =49864&p=392697 some raspi folks have the same prob, maybe they found a solution meanwhile which works also with Bananian. Those damn WIFI chip designers constantly invent new drivers and firmware, it's a mess.
Here https://wiki.debian.org/WiFi is a good overview regarding WLAN and Debian.