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pardon me but I recently installed Ubuntu 18.4 LTS on my Laptop Asus Vivobook Model X540BA-RB94 which I just found out it doesn't have an Ethernet controller. Now I was able to get a wireless USB stick. D-LINK DWA-182 Version C I couldn't find drivers for the onboard wireless so I got wireless stick. . I downloaded the driver from the site for linux for D-LINK DWA-182 version C

My question is how do I install the driver ? It's on a USB stick.

The name of file as a Zip DWA-182_REVC_DRIVER+_4.3.2_LINUX.ZIP

Extracted File Name: RTL8812AU_linux_v4.3.2_11100.20140411

When I access the extracted file and go to the driver I have rtl8812AU_linux_v4.3.2_11100.20140411.tar.gz

Kindly guide me on how to install this ?

  • Please edit your question to add the result of these terminal commands: lsusb and also: lspci -nnk | grep 0280 -A3 Welcome to Ask Ubuntu. – chili555 Mar 17 at 13:22
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this worked for me:

https://github.com/chaotaklon/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux

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