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The "official" rt2800 module in the kernel causes low signal, always reconnect, or broke the connection.(crap) Ages ago I compiled some ralink drivers for Linux, theese had rt2860 modules, and my wlan was awesome in speed and performance. But on newer kernels its changed.

I have installed build-essential, devscripts, cdbs, gcc, I downloaded the driver from mediatek-page, I decompressed the file, I double check the ~/os/linux/config.mk (ate, wpa_supplicant e.t.c)

I edited the 2415 the line in ~/common/cmm_wpa.c to WPA_MIX_PAIR_CIPHER.

And :

FlexibleCipher = MIX_CIPHER_NOTUSE;

to

FlexibleCipher = WPA_TKIPAES_WPA2_TKIPAES;

I have the kernel and the headers installed, but the make or sudo make command won't work.

I use the module rt2800pci

01:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Ralink corp. RT3090 Wireless 802.11n 1T/1R PCIe [1814:3090]
    Subsystem: Micro-Star International Co., Ltd. Device [1462:6891]
    Kernel driver in use: rt2800pci

but 40cm away to router the netbook have half (or worse) signal-strenght.

Any ideas?

(newer kernels: 12.04 and up) 3.5.x-x-generic-3.11.x-x-generic

Here is "big-diagnostics" of an oldie netbook (msi-wind-u135) which have this wlan-module. wlan0 (or ra0) will be the wlan, but totally gone on fresh install, wlan1 is usb wlan.

http://pastebin.com/sfYe5rLu (1 month pastebin)

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It would be helpful to know what 'newer kernel' you have. Please edit your question to add the result of: uname -r –  chili555 Nov 29 '13 at 13:56
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