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    Quote Originally Posted by _defalt View Post
    It's definitely a problem with driver. You have to search how to install rtl8821ae driver in linux.
    Will do, thanks for helping But because of this problem, I don't have access to wifi in Linux
    Last edited by Nivla; 2017-09-03 at 02:15 PM.

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    Why can"t you use the link I posted? It is a link for the driver you need, and it is a working link.

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    _defalt, can you verify this link is working?
    https://medium.com/@elmaxx/rtl8821ae...4-4c1286524afa

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptpi View Post
    _defalt, can you verify this link is working?
    https://medium.com/@elmaxx/rtl8821ae...4-4c1286524afa
    It's working fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptpi View Post
    Why can"t you use the link I posted? It is a link for the driver you need, and it is a working link.
    I tried getting in using three devices and different wifi.
    or anyone can do me a favour and give me screenshots😭

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nivla View Post
    I tried getting in using three devices and different wifi.
    or anyone can do me a favour and give me screenshots��
    http://weblight.in/?lite_url=https%3...4-4c1286524afa

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    thanks the links working, but if i cant access to wifi ,how do i use apt get

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    The page explains how to do it ...but you will need a working internet connection in Linux.
    If you do some googling, you can find the driver in Windows, then save it and boot into Linux and copy it from your Windows C: drive. But there is a bit of work to do there; you might have some quick learning to do.
    Can you use a phone's data connection to get Linux to access the internet? It's pretty straightforward if you can just get some sort of internet connection working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptpi View Post
    The page explains how to do it ...but you will need a working internet connection in Linux.
    If you do some googling, you can find the driver in Windows, then save it and boot into Linux and copy it from your Windows C: drive. But there is a bit of work to do there; you might have some quick learning to do.
    Can you use a phone's data connection to get Linux to access the internet? It's pretty straightforward if you can just get some sort of internet connection working.
    there is no way of getting internet in linux, guess i have to use windows and copy the files to linux.

    But how do i install after i copied the files😊 sudo install xxxxxx?

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    Use LAN wire or connect with mobile data by USB tethering.

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