How can I install a TP-LINK network adapter?
I have 8 files for Linux driver they are:
I am new to Linux and am using Zorin OS. Any ideas?
At first shot I would copy (!) these 8 files into their own directory, open a terminal (your desktop environment should have a button somewhere that opens one), cd into that directory and run the command
There is a sundance driver in today's Linuxes which works quite well (also for me) and it's rather odd that you need to install (and even compile) a driver. Usually the only driver people sometimes install are proprietary graphics drivers. How did you come up with that idea? Further, where did you get the sources from?
If you really need to compile you have to have (at least) the zorin packages
This antique should have been recognized automatically by Linux.
In case it wasn't, what happens when you type (in a Terminal):