Issue AWUS036NHR (RTL8188RU) Not Recognising in Xiaopan 0.4.2.3

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by PASTO666, 11 Sep 2012.

  1. PASTO666

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    What is the Issue?:
    i just wanna see my AWUS036NHR (RTL8188RU) compatible with your awsome software (xiaopan os) .... would make alot people that have this usb adapter happy!!!!!!!!!! its compatible with my laptop internal wireless card tho, but i want to use my AWUS036NHR (RTL8188RU) cause it has more range.​
    Ultimately, What are you trying to achieve?:
    Hack WPS with Reaver and Inflator
    What is your wireless device model?:
    AWUS036NHR (RTL8188RU)
    USB or Internal Device?:
    USB
    How are you using it?:
    I am using Xiaopan as a LiveCD
    Operating System:
    Windows
    If you used a Live CD or USB How did you create it?:
    burned the .iso to cd
    What version:
    Xiaopan 0.4.2.3

     
  2. Mr. Penguin

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    I can't test it in your environment. But I will see how it goes. I have a NHR and will do some tests right now. I will tag you so you are notified of this post. Just FYI, the H has more range.

    Update for PASTO666. I am having the same issue as you are having. dmesg reports that the system registers the new interface driver as an rtl8192cu (which is what the rtl8188ru device uses).

    I also tried the following commands to get the system to recognise the device:
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    sudo modprobe -l | grep rtl8192cu sudo modprobe -l | grep rtlwifi sudo modprobe rtlwifi /updates/drivers/net/wireless/rtlwifi/rtl8192cu/rtl8192cu.ko
    The issue still remains. Xiaopan 0.4.1 and Beini 1.2.3 work with the rtl8188ru devices and Xiaopan 0.4.3 has all the required files and the same versions for this device as 0.4.1. So I am stumped.
     
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