Device or resource busy root ubuntu: So i can’t use the atheros wifi card it cames with the acer notebook that i use and i have to buy the usb antenna. I followed all sorts of directions that I found in the forums, and all sorts of drivers. I’ve spent a few hours already downloading, and compiling drivers and I can’t seem to find any that actually works. I feel pretty stupid, because I know nothing about linux. I am a total newb with linux and ubuntu.

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The distro i’m using is D Best regards, Claudio. All it takes to get things right is to blacklist rtusb and reboot. You da man Chili. Anybody can solved this? This is what happened with the make install: I will be patient; I have to run to the PO and lunch.

What we did is temporarily add liux usb.


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No such file or directory root ubuntu: Wheezy users, see rtusb for device support. It is present in Debian kernel images since 2. Module rtsta not found I’d really appreciate any help you could give me.

Post back if you get stuck or if I can help. It’s a Ralink rt airtles. Best regards, and thanks Claudio. The driver that we’re talkink is the right one,You mean rtsta? El fichero ya existe make[1]: But i need one external antenna to connect where i am.

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I don’t understand why rtsta is loading. I am installing ubuntu Thanks for your help.

I’m not so sure now. I’m scared to shut it down now, but I will have to so I can move it out to my man cave. Then right click it and select ‘Extract here. We know exactly what you have from lsusb: Are you sure the module you built was rtsta?


The cd also has a linux driver, but I do not know how to use terminal to install it. Post back if you’d like specifics. Verify your device has an available interface: PS – What kinda geek is sitting around on Friday night compiling a tarball?

Let’s try to repair the install. Here is the zip file. Look for the section I’ve quoted and add the part I’ve highlighted. I’ve spent a few hours already downloading, and compiling drivers and I can’t seem to find any that actually works.

Device or resource busyThis generally means some other driver is claiming the device!! The private chili, under his breath, sayeth:

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