The following article is about how to find and install the appropriate (K)ubuntu driver for the Netis WF2190 WLAN stick. For a few weeks I work mainly under Linux (again) and as with almost every of my attempts trying to switch from Windows to Linux, there were again difficulties with the WiFi this time.
So, to spare you the hassle, I wrote the following short tutorial for you about how to install the Netis WF2190 drivers under Kubuntu.
Finding a Linux driver for a Netis WiFi stick
Before we begin, let’s make a small test by lsusb command. If you enter this command in the terminal, all connected USB devices are listed with fuirther information.
As shown in the screenshot below, our WiFi stick is also included in […]