Realtek RTL8187 Wireless 802.11b/g 54Mbps USB 2.0 Network Adapter

confuso ayuda por favor llevo solo dos dias con kubuntu y no podia encontrar el driver de mi Descripción del

adaptador de Red:

Realtek RTL8187 Wireless 802.11b/g 54Mbps USB 2.0 Network Adapter

dice la cajita de la antena que sirve para kernel 2.6.x no se si kubuntu es de ese kernel

ademas sale un makefile y no lo entiendo
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LINUX_KSRC_MODULE = /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/wireless
RTL8187L_DIR = $(shell pwd)
KVER = $(shell uname -r)
KSRC = /lib/modules/$(KVER)/build
HAL_SUB_DIR = rtl8187

all:
ifeq ($(shell uname -r|cut -d. -f1,2), 2.4)
@make -C $(RTL8187L_DIR)/ieee80211
@make -C $(RTL8187L_DIR)/rtl8187
else
@make -C $(KSRC) SUBDIRS=$(RTL8187L_DIR)/ieee80211 modules
@cp $(RTL8187L_DIR)/ieee80211/Module.symvers $(RTL8187L_DIR)/rtl8187
@make -C $(KSRC) SUBDIRS=$(RTL8187L_DIR)/rtl8187 modules
endif
ifeq ($(shell uname -r|cut -d. -f1,2), 2.4)
install:
@make -C ieee80211/ install
@make -C rtl8187/ install
else
install:
@grep rtl8187.ko /lib/modules/$(shell uname -r)/modules.dep && rm -fr $(LINUX_KSRC_MODULE)/rtl8187.ko || echo No system rtl8187.ko file found, Now we will install the new driver rtl8187.ko into system
@cp $(RTL8187L_DIR)/RadioPower.sh /etc/acpi/events/
@make -C ieee80211/ install
@make -C rtl8187/ install
endif

uninstall:
@make -C ieee80211/ uninstall
@make -C rtl8187/ uninstall
clean:
@make -C rtl8187/ clean
@make -C ieee80211/ clean
@rm -rf *~
@rm -rf Module.markers
@rm -rf modules.order
@rm -rf tags
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ademas sale esto en un read me
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Release Date: 2008-12-05, ver 1037
RTL8187L Linux driver version 1037

--This driver supports RealTek RTL8187L Wireless LAN NIC for
2.6 kernel:
Fedora Core 2/3/4/5/6/7, Debian 3.1, Mandrake 10.2/Mandriva 2006,
SUSE 9.3/10.1/10.2, Gentoo 3.1, etc, Ubuntu8.04/8.10.
2.4 kernel:
Redhat 9.2, etc
- Support Client mode for either infrastructure or adhoc mode
- Support WEP, WPAPSK and WPA2PSK connection

======================================================================================
Component
======================================================================================
The driver is composed of several parts:
1. Module source code
ieee80211
rtl8187

2. Script ot build the modules
Makefile

3. Script to load/unload modules
wlan0up
wlan0down

4. Script and configuration for DHCP
wlan0dhcp
ifcfg-wlan0

5. Supplicant source code:
wpa_supplicant-0.5.5.tar.gz

6. Example of supplicant configuration file:
wpa1.conf

======================================================================================
Installation
======================================================================================
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Runing the scripts can finish all operations of building up modules
from the source code, installing driver to the kernel and starting up the nic.
1. Build up the drivers from the source code
make

2. Install the driver to the kernel
make install
reboot

3. bring up wlan if nic is not brought up by GUI, such as NetworkManager
ifconfig wlan0 up
Note: use ifconfig to check whether wlan0 is brought up and use iwconfig to
check your wlan interface name,since it may change wlan0 to wlan1,etc.

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Or only load the driver module to kernel and start up nic.
1. Build up the drivers from the source code
make

2. Load driver module to kernel and start up nic.
./wlan0up

Note: when "insmod: error inserting 'xxxx.ko': -1 File exists" comes out
after run ./wlan0up, please run ./wlan0down first, then it should
be ok..
Note: If you see the message of "unkown symbol" during ./wlan0up, it
is suggested to build driver by <>.

======================================================================================
Set wireless lan MIBs
======================================================================================
This driver uses Wireless Extension as an interface allowing you to set
Wireless LAN specific parameters.

Current driver supports "iwlist" to show the device status of nic
iwlist wlan0 [parameters]
where
parameter explaination [parameters]
----------------------- -------------
Show available chan and freq freq / channel
Show and Scan BSS and IBSS scan[ning]
Show supported bit-rate rate / bit[rate]
Show Power Management mode power

For example:
iwlist wlan0 channel
iwlist wlan0 scan
iwlist wlan0 rate
iwlist wlan0 power

Driver also supports "iwconfig", manipulate driver private ioctls, to set
MIBs.

iwconfig wlan0 [parameters] [val]
where
parameter explaination [parameters] [val] constraints
----------------------- ------------- ------------------
Connect to AP by address ap [mac_addr]
Set the essid, join (I)BSS essid [essid]
Set operation mode mode {Managed|Ad-hoc}
Set keys and security mode key/enc[ryption] {N|open|restricted|off}

For example:
iwconfig wlan0 ap XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
iwconfig wlan0 essid "ap_name"
iwconfig wlan0 mode Ad-hoc
iwconfig wlan0 mode essid "name" mode Ad-hoc
iwconfig wlan0 key 0123456789 [2] open

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y no entiendo nada

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gracias

linux por siempre

¿Has mirado en Aplicaciones/Sistema/Hardware Drivers?
¿Realmente no te la reconoce el sistema?
Lanza en consola

sudo lshw -short

y muestra el resultado.

(Estaría bien que utilizaras las etiquetas code (.c) para las cosas que dice el sistma).