the file Wifi.txt
The files in Organellle usb for Wifi are the ones in the photo. I do not have
Or I need to creat one
As you can see I am new and not good at all with programming, so please explain exactly what do I need to write once I am inside the file.
its the one you see as wifi
in windows you need to turn on file extensions to see the the full filename which is wifi.txt
you can also see it if you bring up file properties.
any how no matter, that is the file you are after
(you can delete the wifi config… to avoid future confusion )
ive already told you in my post above… and given i dont know your wifi network name or password, I cant get any more specific than that
I appreciate your your time and help!
unfortunately having the same wifi trouble / problem here
i think i already tried every possible thing i found here…
What WiFi adapter are you using? have you been able to connect to any other networks, or is this the only one you tried?
thats already my second one…firrst was TP-Link this here is Asus
is ‘U’ a different network, or is it the previous network not showing up correctly?
anyway, I’ve never tried those adapters, so can’t say if the problem is with them or not. many WiFi adapters will work, but many will not, so it is recommended to use one that is known to work.
The U just happened today…
just as you say its…not showing the Network correctly…its a known bug?
what should i try next?
maybe a fresh install? or a way to install the driver in terminal inside the Organelle?
there must be a way its archlinux and there is a terminal like in osx
you just need the right code;)
its exactly one of those for even less then 10 euros…its a
Asus USB-N10 Nano
is it this chipset? unfortunately i don´t have the package anymore
lets hack it…
this says its a RTL8188CUS
you can see on this page its supported from kernel 4.1x so the 3.14 kernel used will not work.
thats said this is not gospel… if you run my DiagnosticLog tool, this this would give us the definitive answer.
though probably not much point… as if its not working, then the most likely reason is the kernel does not support it.
this is one of the reasons for my 'upgrade project’
ive already found on this project that wifi sticks that did not work on the current OS work perfectly on the this newer OS… so the future is bright
however, this is a little way off yet… i need to complete the packaging, and then need to do extensive testing to ensure that the performance is at least comparable with the current OS.
(early indications are good, but more testing required to be sure)
I guess, i will release this as a ‘beta’ when its close, but Im not at this stage yet…
ok, its using a Realtek RTL8192CU
a quick search on google, shows countless people having troubles with this, and having to recompile the kernel with fixes to get it to work.
as you’ll see in my above thread , and also this one, we dont have access to the correct headers for the current build… so this is not really an option (and certainly not one Im personally willing to explore)
so unfortunately, my only suggestions are wait for the new OS (assuming we get there ) , and get another wifi stick as per recommendation in the meantime… which costs < $10
sorry for late reply and thanks for helping…
is there a list here somewhere with working wifi sticks?
cause me exploring kernel stuff and do that copy - paste - enter terminal thing
always ends bad…
or should i simply wait for the update,
or think about doing your supercharged - organelle
with bulit in wifi 4core & 2gig ram?
the recommended on is described here:
its cheap, and we know it works
supercharged organelle is cool… and easy to do , you just need to source the microSOM as per my other post.
there is only one small ‘flaw’ , that is when the organelle is ‘cold’ , you need to power it up twice, its not an issue… just a small oddity, id hoped the new kernel would fix, it but doesn’t appear to, so not sure if its hardware issue.
id love someone to do a test with the dual core, and dual core lite… perhaps one of these doesnt have this minor issue… so would perhaps be a better solution for others.