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This solution worked for me. The procedure I followed was:

1) I followed the steps for my distribution (Debian Jessie) from https://wiki.debian.org/rtl819x#Debian_8_.22Jessie.22

2) I saved de driver for linux of the manufacturer (which comes with the equipment in the CDROM), and I unziped it to a folder.

3) In the folder, I typed 'make' (as root), and I got an error. So, I did the modification above, and it worked.

4) I typed 'make install' (as root), I rebooted the computer, and the wireless interface was recognized. I configured it and it worked. ;)

  1. I followed the steps for my distribution (Debian Jessie) from here.

  2. I saved de driver for Linux of the manufacturer (which comes with the equipment in the CDROM), and I unzipped it to a folder.

  3. In the folder, I typed make (as root), and I got an error. So, I did the modification above, and it worked.

  4. I typed make install (as root), I rebooted the computer, and the wireless interface was recognized. I configured it and it worked. ;)

My system is: Debian Jessie, kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64, using gnome. Today is 17,July,2016.

Good luky! 

This solution worked for me. The procedure I followed was:

1) I followed the steps for my distribution (Debian Jessie) from https://wiki.debian.org/rtl819x#Debian_8_.22Jessie.22

2) I saved de driver for linux of the manufacturer (which comes with the equipment in the CDROM), and I unziped it to a folder.

3) In the folder, I typed 'make' (as root), and I got an error. So, I did the modification above, and it worked.

4) I typed 'make install' (as root), I rebooted the computer, and the wireless interface was recognized. I configured it and it worked. ;)

My system is: Debian Jessie, kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64, using gnome. Today is 17,July,2016.

Good luky!

This solution worked for me. The procedure I followed was:

  1. I followed the steps for my distribution (Debian Jessie) from here.

  2. I saved de driver for Linux of the manufacturer (which comes with the equipment in the CDROM), and I unzipped it to a folder.

  3. In the folder, I typed make (as root), and I got an error. So, I did the modification above, and it worked.

  4. I typed make install (as root), I rebooted the computer, and the wireless interface was recognized. I configured it and it worked. ;)

My system is: Debian Jessie, kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64, using gnome. 

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This solution worked for me. The procedure I followed was:

1) I followed the steps for my distribution (Debian Jessie) from https://wiki.debian.org/rtl819x#Debian_8_.22Jessie.22

2) I saved de driver for linux of the manufacturer (which comes with the equipment in the CDROM), and I unziped it to a folder.

3) In the folder, I typed 'make' (as root), and I got an error. So, I did the modification above, and it worked.

4) I typed 'make install' (as root), I rebooted the computer, and the wireless interface was recognized. I configured it and it worked. ;)

My system is: Debian Jessie, kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64, using gnome. Today is 17,July,2016.

Good luky!