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I have just worked out how to install the wifi dongle drivers (Realtek 8192cu) but have to restart it after every cold boot. I have added 8192cu to the end of etc/modules but this hasn't started the driver on restart. I wonder if the kernel just doesn't know where the drivers is and disregards it?

Is there a proper way of moving the Realtek drivers to a more appropriate location? They are currently in a folder on the Desktop.

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The installation script, install.sh, provided by realtek should do it for you. Hint: It uses the mv command. –  mikewhatever Nov 23 '12 at 11:51
    
Thanks, but I can't find that script. I will check out their web site again but if I don't find one how else can I move the files and edit the config files? –  Buntiphil Nov 24 '12 at 2:50
    
The instructions are in a Power Point and they tell me to run make, ./clean ect... There is no install.sh This is in Ubuntu 12.04 by the way. –  Buntiphil Nov 24 '12 at 3:10
    
I have downloaded the rivers from Realtek again and see that there is indeed an "install.sh" but after trying to run it a couple of times and been told that no command is found I went to "sudo bash install.sh" and all is fine. Thank you for your assistance... –  Buntiphil Nov 24 '12 at 10:14
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