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I am having trouble understanding how to install Asus wifi driver. Here are the instructions.

I have gotten the first 3 parts done correctly I believe. Part 4 confuses me. I open the os/linux/config.mk file and I found where is states HAS_WPA_SUPPLICANT. But the formatting is different. It looks like this:

ifeq ($(HAS_WPA_SUPPLICANT),y)
WFLAGS += -DWPA_SUPPLICANT_SUPPORT
ifeq ($(HAS_NATIVE_WPA_SUPPLICANT_SUPPORT),y)
WFLAGS += -DNATIVE_WPA_SUPPLICANT_SUPPORT -DCREDENTIAL_STORE -DPROFILE_STORE
endif
endif

Can someone show me what I should have on those lines? Also what directory should I be in when I enter make and make install?

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What operative system are you using? –  Lucio May 4 at 22:21
    
I am using Ubuntu 14.04 –  user254074 May 4 at 22:34
    
What is the device model? Also, where did you get the instructions from? Have you tried something, did you get any error? –  Lucio May 4 at 22:35
    
It's an Asus USB-N53. I got the instructions from the readme file on the provided disk. –  user254074 May 5 at 0:59
    
Also, I"m not sure who edited my post but they left part of my comment/question attached to the build instructions in the paste bin. –  user254074 May 5 at 1:02

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