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    Quote Originally Posted by FaultyMario View Post
    Here's the manufacturer's web site. which zip am i supposed to get?

    I ask bc i try to "make install" and the terminal returns an "error 127", which if i understand it correctly, means that the driver is for an x86 system, not for a AMD64, right?
    Sorry, here: https://www.tp-link.com/en/support/d...wn725n/#Driver

    There's 3 zips for linux.
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    I only see two for Linux, one beta and one release driver. Worryingly, the beta one says that it'll become a release one "soon", but it was published over two years ago.

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    Yeah, that 2 years thing is not a great sign that they give a shit about linux operability.
    Anyway, assuming your kernal is 3.19.3 or greater, I'd go with the beta. Normal worst-case scenario is that it bugs out and just doesn't work, best case - it works fine forever.

    And, I have had a few instances over the years of needing that i386 architecture for various and sundry compatibility issues; So if the manufacturer driver doesn't function it might be worth a shot following his suggestion - You can always go back and uninstall if it doesn't work out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshInKC View Post
    I finally bailed and bought a new internal card rather than fight it anymore. and I've never even attempted to get usb blutooth to work.
    Yup. I've returned the dongles and ordered an Intel 9560 Pci card.
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    Easier said than done.

    Branded cards are not really certified to be Linux-compatible and chinese generics are basically a PCIe to M.2 adapter with an older chipset slotted in.

    I hate board manufacturers. I was going to limit my hate to Intel, but they're all alike, right?
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