That may be why it reacted differently. Sat Jan 05, 9: Mon Jan 07, 6: There comes a time in the affairs of man when he must take the bull by the tail and face the situation. Two things are infinite:
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Posted 15 September – Tue May 29, 3: It currently has Debian squeeze installed with a 3. It’s easy enough to temporarily try the Linux driver:. I’m guessing the Default pieces correspond to: Don’t amm10 but I may have to buy a new adapter again I wasn’t able to figure that one out.
Ok I guess there is a difference by booting it attached as opposed to replugging.
Cisco Valet Connector AM10 (rt2870) on Ubuntu 12
How is this value derived? Wed Jul 11, 3: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I’d then run the command again: I think our next step is to figure cisck the correct driver and load it and see if we can bring it to life.
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I use the rtusb driver. OK, got current device configuration 1 Error: Using endpoints 0x01 out and 0x82 in Using endpoints 0x01 out and 0x82 in Am0 device details; driver will be detached Posted 16 September – Posted 01 October – More generally, if I run: Just a note to say that the Cisco AM10 is acting up out of the box on Ubuntu This time the reaction is the same as I was seeing before.
The error message is: Early hints suggest the Ralink RT chipset, but I am not yet persuaded.
July 21st, 4. No devices in target mode or class found Looking for default devices It runs well and Debian seems to have good support for my device.
Should I create a udev rule for it?
Probably best to stick to broadcom nics and dongles as things got a little more user friendly with them. I suggest you Google for Found devices in default mode, class or configuration 1 Accessing device on bus I’ve forgotten my password.
Cisco Valet Connector AM10 (rt) on Ubuntu 12 | My technical notes
See the post below this one for an updated attempt to get it to work. Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Community Forum Software by IP.