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Amazon read it would work out of the box but it didn’t.
Since you do not have lshw I normally run Arch, but on my Raspberry I installed raspbian, that’s why I regret I cannot be any more precise. Device supports scan flush.
If furthermore you wish to find out which USB adaptor can be put into AP mode, I am afraid there is no really authoritative list, mostly because of the manufacturers: Naturally, this is a common source of confusion for individuals attempting to purchase a compatible adapter, even when they think they know which adapter to buy. There are a lot of options on that wiki page, and one typo could mess everything up.
One thing to check is whether you have the nl driver available on your system; normally you should, but just to check, the file to be searched is mac In this special case, it means that I can use this card simultaneously in managed and AP mode, provided the two use the same channel.
For v1, I found this online guidefor v2 instead I found this. Now it is important to learn which driver you are using.
If so and you have one, have you checked it over carefully? Email Required, but never shown. I think wifi-menu is part of netctl which is different.
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If someone could help me, or give me more information on what’s going wrong it will be very nice! Email Required, but never shown. As a common cost-cutting measure, wireless adapter manufacturers will revise nl08211 existing product’s specifications, substituting a different chipset or other components without changing the formerly Linux-compatible product’s model number.
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Not even an error Select all wifi-menu -o. Does it show up in iwconfig?
Here is my hostapd. Device supports AP scan.