Package Details: 8188fu-kelebek333-dkms-git r84.b01ebdf-1

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Package Base: 8188fu-kelebek333-dkms-git
Description: Kernel driver module for Realtek RTL8188FU and RTL8188FTV Wireless 802.11n USB 2.0 adapters (device id 0bda:f179)
Upstream URL:
Keywords: 802.11n 8188FTV 8188FU realtek usb wifi
Licenses: GPL3
Conflicts: 8188fu-dkms-git
Submitter: codebling
Maintainer: codebling
Last Packager: codebling
Votes: 5
Popularity: 0.57
First Submitted: 2020-10-03 09:45 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2020-12-03 04:59 (UTC)

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codebling commented on 2022-01-13 19:49 (UTC)

Reminder: I am not the driver developer.

For issues with the driver compilation, installation or anything related to the packaging, please leave a comment here and I will do my best to fix it.

For issues relating to the driver's use, please open an issue on the driver repo.

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jackoneill commented on 2022-09-23 21:50 (UTC)

Hey, y'all, I have a small survey about RTL8188FU: Leave a comment on the gist if you feel like it?

HMTheBoy154 commented on 2022-09-20 01:40 (UTC)

I'll probably switch the upstream even if it doesn't work as long as you're accepting patches

Sure, if you got any fixes just make a PR

HMTheBoy154 commented on 2022-09-20 01:32 (UTC)

master build fine! And how to compile for android x86?

On Android-x86 source put them in external/kernel-drivers

Denzy7 commented on 2022-09-19 19:47 (UTC)

master build fine! And how to compile for android x86?

codebling commented on 2022-09-19 19:41 (UTC)

Oh cool! I definitely do have the hardware, I just have to identify which one it is (I need to label my wifi dongles by driver name). I can test it out. I'll probably switch the upstream even if it doesn't work as long as you're accepting patches - the kelebek333 fork is broken as of 5.19.2 anyway

HMTheBoy154 commented on 2022-09-19 19:22 (UTC)

Hi, I am one of the mod at SG and is the one who created this fork. Please remember that although it can be compiled for higher kernel like 5.19/6.0 I haven't tried the driver yet because I don't have the hardware. I created the fork to add support for Android-x86/BlissOS, the "android" branch is actually for a Kernel 5.15.x, but this kernel got patches from Google so they backported some code from mainline linux to it. Which is why I am not recommend people to compile this branch and use "master" branch instead.

codebling commented on 2022-09-19 18:23 (UTC) (edited on 2022-09-19 18:29 (UTC) by codebling)

Actually the supremegamers fork builds for me. Did you try master branch? Looks like android branch is only for kernel > 6. I built against 5.19.9 but I'm not set up to try the driver right now.

Your fork looks good but will fail on 6

Denzy7 commented on 2022-09-19 16:20 (UTC) (edited on 2022-09-19 17:58 (UTC) by Denzy7)

Both links are not building on 5.19.6, tried running make after cloning. Same old missing struct members Edit: reinvented the wheel with another fork

codebling commented on 2022-09-19 14:32 (UTC)

Has anyone tried This fork of kelebek333's code seems to work up to 6. I think it makes sense for that to be the new upstream

Denzy7 commented on 2022-09-10 09:30 (UTC)

seems like there changes in kernel 5.19+ to allow multiple wiphy links. some ugly #if guards should do the trick