I am looking for a driver for the TP-Link AC600 Archer T2U Nano, on Kubuntu 18.04 (kernel version 4.15.0-51-generic).

I already tried different drivers, none of them worked.

  • Hardware recommendations questions fit poorly in this site although pertinent in some cases. Not yours though. I would be better to post a question about the one you already have, describing what you tried already and how it didn't work. – GabrielaGarcia Jun 6 at 16:11
  • I agree, but due to the focus on driver support, I decided to consult askubuntu instead of Hardware recommendations, since they explicitly do not handle compatibility queries as stated here. I do not want to waste hours of time getting a specific dongle to work, when there are working solutions on the market. – André Jun 6 at 16:38
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    What did the T2U show for an ID in lsusb? – Jeremy31 Jun 6 at 17:22
  • @Jeremy31 it shows Bus 003 Device 010: ID 2357:011e without any description. I removed any drivers already, though. – André Jun 7 at 8:22

For the T2U with ID 2357:011e do

sudo apt install git dkms
git clone https://github.com/jeremyb31/rtl8812au-1.git
cd rtl8812au-1
sudo ./dkms-install.sh

Secure Boot will need to be disabled. The github repo name is a little misleading as the source code supports rtl8812au, rtl8814au, and rtl8821au

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    Thanks, it works. I updated the question to fit the answer. – André Jun 7 at 9:54
  • I found I had to run chmod 777 * before sudo ./dkms-install.sh to make everything executable, maybe because I had pre-extracted the .zip file onto a flash drive to bring it to the PC with the WiFi adapter. – Jordan Rieger Jul 27 at 6:40
  • This worked for me, for a TP-LINK AC600, ARCHER T2U Nano, on 19.04, purchased from amazon UK yesterday. No need to chmod anything. THANK YOU – 0atman Aug 6 at 17:56
  • it worked for me. after installing this driver like this, I enabled the wireless interface as described at askubuntu.com/posts/833894/revisions – mustafa Aug 13 at 7:14

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