Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel 5.10

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Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel 5.10

Postby rln » 2021-01-28 14:18

Hi there,

Since an upgrade to kernel 5.10 I cannot get my Archer T2U600 to work

VENDOR:ID 2357:011e - kernel 5.10
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2021-01-28 15:41

It worked before the upgrade?

That driver hasn't been mainlined AFAICT: https://github.com/aircrack-ng/rtl8812au

Install it with DKMS to rebuild the driver automatically when the kernel is updated.
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby rln » 2021-01-31 13:40

1: Yes it did work before the upgrade.

2: I did already try "everything" (the installs script, dkms instal) with the "crack" suggested. It cannot get it to work under 5.10

Anyone else knows a solution ?
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2021-01-31 15:56

rln wrote:I did already try "everything" (the installs script, dkms instal) with the "crack" suggested

So why didn't you state that in the OP? Are you trying to waste our time?

rln wrote:It cannot get it to work under 5.10

You should post *exactly* what you have tried. Are the headers for that kernel version installed? Does the module build successfully for the new kernel version?
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby rln » 2021-02-04 05:42

Whoaaa, hold the horse. There is no reason to be rude.

I do not know beforehand which info is relevant, and of couse I shall add what's needed.
I write to ask for help:

I installed it with the previous kernel, ok.
After an upgrade of kernel, header and all:
I have compiled the driver, ok.
I have installed it, ok.
I see the device with lsusb, ok.

It simply doesn't work, and I don't know what to look for.

So pls try to help instead.
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby rln » 2021-02-10 20:57

Some (somewhat) good news.

I tried to use my RTL USB WiFi.
It's an RTL8192CU.
It did, as a start turn on "the light" - but no connection.
Then I tried to activate the SSID broadcast, and now it works.
I then turned the SSID broadcast off again, and it stille worked.
After reboot I had to do the maneuvre again SSID broadcast turned on - connect ok - SSID broadcast off - still connection OK.

Does this help ?

I still cannot get mu Archer T2U to work.
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Re: Anyone knows a Debian Bullseye driver 2357:011e kernel

Postby rln » 2021-02-10 22:08

Supplemental info.

For whatever reason, the RTL USB (0bda:8176) now works after boot without having to activate/deactivate SSID broadcast,
OK

But there is still no success trying to use the Archer T2U.

For clearance: I did NOT translate and/or install and/or dkms ANY driver for this/these.
I just utilised what the kernel offered.
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