Package Details: mt7610u_wifi_sta 4606187-3

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Package Base: mt7610u_wifi_sta
Description: Kernel module for MediaTek MT7610U chipset featured in TP-Link Archer T2U and T2UH, TP-Link TL-WDN5200, ASUS USB-AC50, ASUS USB-AC51, Comcast Xfinity KXW02AAA, D-Link DWA-171 rev B1 and more
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Licenses: GPL2
Submitter: kreon
Maintainer: kreon
Last Packager: kreon
Votes: 6
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-11-15 12:41
Last Updated: 2017-01-31 18:48

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edh commented on 2016-02-27 20:30

It works for me... It gives some errors which definitely should have been fixed by the developers but it does work though. However I use the stock Arch Linux kernel 4.4.1 and you may encounter different results on other kernels. Just post your errors (maybe to pastebin or something similiar) and one might find a fix.

kaszak696 commented on 2016-02-27 20:15

Does this module work for you? It causes kernel panic when i try to use it with ASUS USB-AC51 in kernel linux-zen 4.4.1.

kreon commented on 2016-01-03 23:05

@edh thanks. Patch was accepted.

edh commented on 2015-12-18 14:50

I implemented my suggested improvements in my own fork of this AUR-git-repo as subtree in my package repo [0]. Please feel free to import the changes! (I would still be glad to be co-maintainer ;D)


edh commented on 2015-12-18 13:39

Thanks a lot for this package! I have just some minor nit picking suggestiosn:
- PKGBUILD: Members of the base-devel group should not be added to makedepends [0]: in this case this would be gcc, grep, make and sed
- depmod.install: /sbin/ is just a symlink to /usr/bin, there is no need to explicitly execute /sbin/depmod, simply invoking depmod should be sufficient
- depmod.install: depmod defaults to the current version of the kernel (hence to uname -r) there is no need to explicitly state depmod -a $(uname -r), same goes for the "-a" option
- PKGBUILD: make the description a little more descriptive :P Sadly a quick search for my WiFi-Stick model did not led me to this package directly. There are a whole lot more WiFi-Sticks with this chipset, maybe it is worth at least to add all the names for the more popular ones to the description and add the rest as tags. [1]
- Some general notes about the github repo: madrat- [2] wrote some very important fixes especially for the makefile (e.g. support for DESTDIR) which are worth pulling into your repo

I know some of my points are more of an opinion than a real complain but I would be happy to see those things getting implemented.
Btw. I would glad to help out and do it myself if you are willing to add me as co-maintainer :D