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Realtek rtl8812au driver for new Vu+ kernel

Discussion in 'Wireless Devices' started by angelofsky1980, Sep 14, 2014.

  1. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    In this thread there is the IPK for all Vu+ boxes that contains Realtek rtl8188eu chipset.

    Installation instructions:
    a) put the IPK into a USB pendrive and connect it to your box. You will have the possibility to install IPK directly.
    b) put the IPK into /tmp folder of your box and use the "Manual install IPK package" from BH Green Panel -> Yellow Button.

    Supported devices will be avaiable on the second post of this thread.

    Drivers avaiable! Make post here with feedback, please!
     
  2. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    Supported devices taken from driver source code.
    If you have a device compatible with this driver but it's not listed here, open a support request here.
    Thanks

    Code:
            /*=== Realtek demoboard ===*/
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x8812),.driver_info = RTL8812},/* Default ID */
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x881A),.driver_info = RTL8812},/* Default ID */
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x881B),.driver_info = RTL8812},/* Default ID */
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x881C),.driver_info = RTL8812},/* Default ID */
            /*=== Customer ID ===*/
            {USB_DEVICE(0x050D, 0x1109),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Belkin F9L1109 - SerComm */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x330E),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* D-Link - ALPHA */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x7392, 0xA822),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Edimax - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0DF6, 0x0074),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Sitecom - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x04BB, 0x0952),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* I-O DATA - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0789, 0x016E),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Logitec - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0409, 0x0408),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* NEC - */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0B05, 0x17D2),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* ASUS - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0E66, 0x0022),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* HAWKING - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0586, 0x3426),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* ZyXEL - */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x3313),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* D-Link - ALPHA */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x1058, 0x0632),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* WD - Cybertan*/
            {USB_DEVICE(0x1740, 0x0100),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* EnGenius - EnGenius */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2019, 0xAB30),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Planex - Abocom */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x07B8, 0x8812),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Abocom - Abocom */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x3315),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* D-Link - Cameo */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x3316),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* D-Link - Cameo */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x20F4, 0x805B),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* TRENDnet - Cameo */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x13B1, 0x003F),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* Linksys - SerComm */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2357, 0x0101),.driver_info = RTL8812}, /* TP-Link - T4U */
            /*=== Realtek demoboard ===*/
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x0811),.driver_info = RTL8821},/* Default ID */
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x0821),.driver_info = RTL8821},/* Default ID */
            {USB_DEVICE(USB_VENDER_ID_REALTEK, 0x8822),.driver_info = RTL8821},/* Default ID */
            /*=== Customer ID ===*/
            {USB_DEVICE(0x7392, 0xA811),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Edimax - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x7392, 0xA812),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Edimax - Edimax */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x2001, 0x3314),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* D-Link - Cameo */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0846, 0x9052),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* Netgear - A6100 */
            {USB_DEVICE(0x0411, 0x0242),.driver_info = RTL8821}, /* BUFFALO - Edimax */
    
     
  3. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    Vu+Duo / Vu+Solo / Vu+Uno / Vu+Ultimo / Vu+Duo2 / Vu+Solo2 / Vu+SoloSE drivers
     

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  4. BamesJond

    BamesJond Vu+ Newbie

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    Hello,
    I know, this board is made for blackhole images. Nevertheless: Is there a chance that the driver included in the ipk-file for the tp-link t4u will work on a vti7 image too ? Or are the OS too different ?
    I could not find a driver for this adapter at vti-boards yet. . I tried it, adapter was found, but could not have access to wifi.
    Thx in advance for an answer.
    Matt
     
    Last edited: Nov 18, 2014
  5. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    I'll verify the USB IDs for tp-link t4u device and, if missing from source, I'll add them.
     
  6. mixen

    mixen Vu+ Newbie

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    Hi. The Alfa Network AWUS036AC (8812au) usb wireless adapter is unstable and dont work on 5 ghz. There is drivers for linux to get on Alfa networks site, will it be posible to compile them to blackhole solo2?
     
  7. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    I suppose the IPK I've posted (that includes your device) works also on VTI image.
    Try also with BH image and the IPK posted above.
     
  8. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    I'll publish ASAP the new IPK with merge from our driver and the one provided by Alfa Networks.
     
  9. malagsch

    malagsch Vu+ Newbie

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    hi
    i also got a problem with my wlan. i buyed yesterday a new one. Asus USB-AC56. The USB ID for this device is found in the driver set for the Edimax EW-7822UAC. Realtek's Linux driver set for the 8812au states the manufactuer of the device is Edimax.
    the bh 2.1.5 image shows my wlan adapter but after configurating everything in the wlan settings, my box freez and don't store the settings. then i have to power off the box and the wlan settings are lost.
     
  10. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    I'm using currently this driver with my Solo2 - BH 2.1.5 and a DWA-182 .... the device works correctly at 800Mbit/s (2.4+5Ghz bands in MIMO mode due to my router supports this mode) and all works regularly.
     
  11. malagsch

    malagsch Vu+ Newbie

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    are your network hidden or not?
    because i have the same problem with my duo2 box. when i saving the wlan configuration the box freez.
     
  12. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    My WLAN is not hidden and it's always detected and my box don't freeze.
     
  13. malagsch

    malagsch Vu+ Newbie

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    thank you for the information
    i reinstalled the BH 2.1.5 image on my zero but still same problem.
    when i saving the settings (wireless password) the box freez.
    when i reboot the box also freez on boot when the wireless stick its connected to usb.
    disconnecting the usb stick, reboot works fine.
     
  14. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    I'll check on my Zero.
     
  15. malagsch

    malagsch Vu+ Newbie

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    ok thank u

    i think my stick have some problems with the driver. is there a new version of the driver for enigma2?
     
  16. malagsch

    malagsch Vu+ Newbie

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    so i tested 2.1.5 on my solo2 and everythink works great with the same wireless stick.
    reinstalled 2.1.5 on my zero. and it freeze always when i save the wireless config :(
     
  17. Meecrob

    Meecrob Vu+ Newbie

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    Hi, im looking for the latest driver of rt8812au for kernel 3.14.2 and vusolo2, could someone please post the current ipk? Thanks in advance!
     
  18. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    Drivers are included into BH images from some time.
    No IPK avaiable at the moment because the driver has passed the test phase.
     
  19. Meecrob

    Meecrob Vu+ Newbie

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    What a pity! Cause it seems like Black Hole is the only e2 Image that managed to change the driver for kernel >3.10. I don't have a VU+ Solo2, but my receiver got some architecture and the driver should work there, too. Is it possible to extract the rootfs.bin file from the Image? Just to copy the 8812au.ko driver file... I would be very grateful, if someone could tell me how to do that or send me that file. Thanks in advance!
     
  20. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    It's quite simple. In this Board we support (and develop) only for Vu+ boxes.
    You DON'T have a Vu+ ... so why I should post here the IPK? Ask your manufacturer for the driver or ask you reference team.
     

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