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Auteur Topic: (opgelost) Hoe de driver Realtek RTL8192S te installeren voor medion draadloos?  (gelezen 8939 keer)

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Ik heb een medion akoya  E1315 netbook gekocht en heb er ubuntu 9.10 op gezet. Het werkt prachtig, maar 2 dingen werkt niet en dat is het draadloos netwerk en hdmi.
Voor het draadloos netwerk heb ik een oplossing gevonden, alleen begrijp ik niet.     antwoord 15
Ik heb nu een tarbestand gedownlowd en wat nu?
Ik heb op het forum gekeken wat te doen met tarbestanden, maar ik snap er niet veel van.
« Laatst bewerkt op: 2010/01/25, 18:59:58 door daido »

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Re: Hoe de driver te installeren voor medion akoya voor draadloos?
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 2010/01/21, 19:29:55 »
Voordat je aan de slag gaat met tar-bestanden (moeilijk!), kijk hier eens naar:

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Re: Hoe de driver te installeren voor medion akoya voor draadloos?
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 2010/01/21, 20:41:55 »
Bedankt voor de tip, maar het lukt niet. Heb alle stappen gedaan.
Bij dat linkje krijg je een linux-driver en die schijnt goed te werken, maar hoe die te installeren. Ik snap het niet!
Realtek RTL8192SE WLAN Card

Dit is de tekst die staat in het bestand

Release Date: 2009-1012, ver 0010
RTL8192SE Linux driver
   --This driver supports RealTek rtl8192SE PCI Wireless LAN NIC
     2.6 kernel:
     Fedora Core 2/3/4/5, Debian 3.1, Mandrake 10.2/Mandriva 2006,
     SUSE 9.3/10.1/10.2, Gentoo 3.1, Ubuntu 7.10/8.04/8.10/9.04/9.10,
     moblin(V2), android-x86_090916, etc.
     2.4 kernel:
     Redhat 9.0/9.1

The driver is composed of several parts:
   1. Firmare to make nic work
           1.1 firmare/RTL8192SE

   2. Module source code
      2.1 ieee80211
      2.2 HAL/rtl8192
      2.3 wpa_supplicant-0.5.10 (User can download the latest version from
          internet also, but it is suggested to use default package contained
          in the distribution because there should less compilation issue.)
   3. Script to build the modules
      3.1 Makefile

   4. Script to load/unload modules
      4.1 wlan0up
      4.2 wlan0down

   5. Script and configuration for DHCP
       5.1 wlan0dhcp
      5.2 ifcfg-wlan0

   6. Example of supplicant configuration file:
      6.1 wpa1.conf

   7. Script to run wpa_supplicant
      7.1 runwpa

<<Method 1>>
Runing the scripts accomplish all operations including building up modules
from the source code, installing driver to the kernel and starting up the nic.
   1. Build up the drivers from the source code

   2. Install the driver to the kernel
          make install

   3. bring up wlan if nic is not brought up by GUI, such as NetworkManager
     ifconfig wlan0 up
     Note: use ifconfig to check whether wlan0 is brought up and use iwconfig to check your wlan interface name,
                since it may change wlan0 to wlan1,etc.

<<Method 2>>
Or only load the driver module to kernel and start up nic.
    1. Build up the drivers from the source code
         2. Copy firmware to /lib/firmware/ or /lib/firmware/(KERNEL_VERSION)/
            cp -rf firmware/RTL8192SE /lib/firmware
            cp -rf firmware/RTL8192SE /lib/firmware/(KERNEL_VERSION)
          Note: This depends on whether (KERNEL_VERSION) subdirectory exists under /lib/firmware

    3. Load driver module to kernel and start up nic.
          Note: when "insmod: error inserting 'xxxx.ko': -1 File exists" comes out
                after run ./wlan0up, please run ./wlan0down first, then it should
                be ok..
     Note: If you see the message of "unkown symbol" during ./wlan0up, it
      is suggested to build driver by <<Method 1>>.

            Set wireless lan MIBs
This driver uses Wireless Extension as an interface allowing you to set
Wireless LAN specific parameters.

Current driver supports "iwlist" to show the device status of nic
        iwlist wlan0 [parameters]
        parameter explaination         [parameters]   
        -----------------------        -------------   
        Show available chan and freq   freq / channel 
        Show and Scan BSS and IBSS    scan[ning]         
        Show supported bit-rate         rate / bit[rate]       

For example:
   iwlist wlan0 channel
   iwlist wlan0 scan
   iwlist wlan0 rate

Driver also supports "iwconfig", manipulate driver private ioctls, to set

   iwconfig wlan0 [parameters] [val]
   parameter explaination      [parameters]        [val] constraints
        -----------------------     -------------        ------------------
        Connect to AP by address    ap                 [mac_addr]
        Set the essid, join (I)BSS  essid                [essid]
        Set operation mode          mode                {Managed|Ad-hoc}
        Set keys and security mode  key/enc[ryption]    {N|open|restricted|off}

For example:
   iwconfig wlan0 ap XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
   iwconfig wlan0 essid "ap_name"
   iwconfig wlan0 mode Ad-hoc
   iwconfig wlan0 essid "name" mode Ad-hoc
   iwconfig wlan0 key 0123456789 [2] open
   iwconfig wlan0 key off
   iwconfig wlan0 key restricted [3] 0123456789
        Note: Better to set these MIBS without GUI such as NetworkManager and be sure that our
              nic has been brought up before these settings. WEP key index 2-4 is not supportted by
   iwconfig wlan0 power {all|unicast|multicast|off}

            Getting IP address
After start up the nic, the network needs to obtain an IP address before
transmit/receive data.
This can be done by setting the static IP via "ifconfig wlan0 IP_ADDRESS"
command, or using DHCP.

If using DHCP, setting steps is as below:
   (1)connect to an AP via "iwconfig" settings
      iwconfig wlan0 essid [name]   or
      iwconfig wlan0 ap XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX

   (2)run the script which run the dhclient
      dhcpcd wlan0
                 (Some network admins require that you use the
                 hostname and domainname provided by the DHCP server.
                 In that case, use
      dhcpcd -HD wlan0)

   Wpa_supplicant helps to secure wireless connection with the protection of
WPAPSK/WPA2PSK mechanism.

   If the version of Wireless Extension in your system is equal or larger than 18,
WEXT driver interface is recommended. Otherwise, IPW driver interface is advised. 
   Note: Wireless Extension is defined us "#define WIRELESS_EXT" in Kernel
   Note: To check the version of wireless extension, please type "iwconfig -v"

    If IPW driver interface is used, it us suggested to follow the steps from 1 to 6.
If wpa_supplicant has been installed in your system, only steps 5 and 6 are required
to be executed for WEXT driver interface.

   To see detailed description for driver interface and wpa_supplicant, please type
"man wpa_supplicant". 
   (1)Download latetest source code for wpa supplicant or use wpa_supplicant-0.5.10
      attached in this package. (It is suggested to use default package contained
           in the distribution because there should less compilation issue.)

      Unpack source code of WPA supplicant:

     tar -zxvf wpa_supplicant-0.5.10.tar.gz (e.g.)
     cd wpa_supplicant-0.5.10
   (2)Create .config file:
     cp defconfig .config
   (3)Edit .config file, uncomment the following line if ipw driver interface
      will be applied:
   (4)Build and install WPA supplicant:
     cp wpa_cli wpa_supplicant /usr/local/bin   
    1. If make error for lack of <include/md5.h>, install the openssl lib(two ways):
     (1) Install the openssl lib from corresponding installation disc:
         Fedora Core 2/3/4/5(openssl-0.9.71x-xx),
         Debian 3.1(libssl-dev), Suse 9.3/10.0/10.1(openssl_devl),
         Gentoo(dev-libs/openssl), etc.
     (2) Download the openssl open source package from, build and
         install it.
    2. If make errors happen in RedHat(and also Fedora Core) for kssl.h,
please add lines below into Makefile
   (5)Edit wpa_supplicant.conf to set up SSID and its passphrase.
     For example, the following setting in "wpa1.conf" means SSID
          to join is "BufAG54_Ch6" and its passphrase is "87654321".

      Example 1: Configuration for WPA-PWK
         #scan_ssid=1 //see note 3
         pairwise=CCMP TKIP
         group=CCMP TKIP WEP104 WEP40
       Example 2: Configuration for LEAP
         group=WEP40 WEP104
       Example 3: Linking to hidden ssid given AP's security policy exactly.(see note 3 below)
       Example 4: Linking to ad-hoc (see note 4 below)
   Note: 1. proto=WPA for WPA, proto=RSN for WPA2.
         2. If user needs to connect an AP with WPA or WPA2 mixed mode, it is suggested
       to set the cipher of pairwise and group to both CCMP and TKIP unless you
       know exactly which cipher type AP is configured.
         3. When connecting to hidden ssid, explicit security policy should be given with
       ap_scan=2 being setting.
         4. It is suggested setting ap_scan to 2 and mode to 1 when linking to or creating an ad-hoc. Group and pairwise
       cipher type should also be explicit, always with group setting to TKIP or CCMP and pairwise setting
       to NONE. Lower version wpa_supplicant may not allow setting group to CCMP with pairwise setting to NONE.
       So if any problem, you may try to set both group and pairwise to CCMP, leaving other setting unchanged, when
            connecting to an CCMP-encrypted ad-hoc.
         5. More config setting option, please refer to wpa_supplicant.conf in wpa_supplicant.tar.gz that we provide.

   (6)Execute WPA supplicant (Assume rtl8192E and related modules had been

           Note: The script runwpa will check Wireless Extension version automatically.
                 If the version of Wireless Extension is equal or larger than 18, the
                 option of "-D wext" is selected. If the version of Wireless extension
                 is less than 18, the option of "-D ipw" is selected.

         MP TEST

1) iwpriv wlan0 SetChan       XX             
   XX: Current set channel: XX is in [1-11].

2) iwpriv wlan0 SetRate            XX   
   XX: Current set daterate index [0-27]
               0              : CCK 1M
               1              : CCK 2M 
               2              : CCK 5.5M
               3              : CCK 11M
               4              : OFDM 6M
               5              : OFDM 9M
               6              : OFDM 12M
               7              : OFDM 18M
               8              : OFDM 24M
               9              : OFDM 36M
              10              : OFDM 48M
              11              : OFDM 54M
              12~27            : MCS0~MCS15

3) iwpriv wlan0 SetTxPower         XX   
   XX: current set powerindex [0x00~0x3F]

4) iwpriv wlan0 SetBW              XX   
   XX: bandwidth[0:20MHz 1:40MHz]

5) iwpriv wlan0 TxStart            XX   
   XX: Start/Stop send continuous pkt 1:start 2:stop

6) iwpriv wlan0 SetSingleCarrier   XX   
   set singlecarrier tx

7) iwpriv wlan0 WriteRF            0xXXXX   0xYYYY      ZZ   
   0xXXXX is address of RF
   0xYYYY is value to set
   ZZ is RF_PATH(must 0/1/2/3)

8) iwpriv wlan0 WriteMAC           0xXXXX   0xYYYY      ZZ
   0xXXXX is address of MAC
   0xYYYY is value to set
   ZZ is value byte width(must 1/2/4)

9) you can "watch -n 1 cat /proc/net/rtl819xSE/wlan0/XXXX" to get
   Reg value you want.

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Ik begrijp er geen bal van, maar het werkt. ???

cd rtl8192se_linux_2.6.0010.1012.2009
sudo su
enter password
make install