I have a wifi USB dongle which I have previously used on a Raspberry Pi (this it is what it is target at).
I am trying to get it working on an Nvidia Jetson TK1, however I am having some problems.
When I run
ifconfig I can't see the wifi, only the ethernet and local loopback.
iwconfig reports no wireless extensions on all devices.
lsusb does find the device:
Bus 002 Device 008: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter
So I am not sure why the network tools can't see it.
I have tried logging on with a GUI and opening up the network settings through Unity, but cannot see any wireless devices either.
Not sure if this is useful, but output of
Module Size Used by nvhost_vi 2940 0
How can I enable wireless networking on this computer?
Command line approach is preferred, but either is fine.
I don't have the kernel module rt2800usb anywhere on my system. If I do an apt-file search for rt2800usb it lists a number of packages of the pattern: linux-image-3.13.0-*.
Perhaps installing one of these will do the trick, but can anyone tell me if its safe to do so?