Package Details: rtl8821cu-dkms-git 5.4.170ca0bcba-1

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Package Base: rtl8821cu-dkms-git
Description: rtl8821cu chipset driver
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Licenses: GPL2
Conflicts: rtl8821cu
Submitter: nariox
Maintainer: Skallwar (NotchbackDET)
Last Packager: Skallwar
Votes: 12
Popularity: 1.18
First Submitted: 2018-08-27 00:43
Last Updated: 2020-03-07 22:00

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Ilgaz commented on 2020-08-07 18:33

I am using the manual/git download dkms version and it fails to compile on Linux 5.8.x which just released to stable. Saying for heads up.

strobelite commented on 2020-04-29 20:21

@Skallwar I should note that the error I was getting doesn't stop the driver from working. In fact, I'm using it right now to post this comment. Perhaps I should've mentioned this earlier. So the error doesn't really impact me, I just thought it was interesting that someone else was getting the same error.

Skallwar commented on 2020-04-26 13:43

@janentikan That's strange, the fork just change the name and version of the driver

@strobelite Try remove your AUR helper cache to force a clean build. If it does not work, provide a log and I will switch to "" while trying to solve your problem. I don't like to rely on a fork but if there is no option, so be it.

janentikan commented on 2020-04-21 19:02

@Skallwar Got the same error as @strobelite, but replacing the repo in the pkgbuild to this seemed to work.

Skallwar commented on 2020-04-18 23:13

@strobelite I use both lts and non lts kernel. I updated my kernel to 5.6.4 this morning and all went fine. Please report this upstream, or find an other repo, I will happily change the upstream repo

strobelite commented on 2020-04-18 21:16

I'm still getting the same error. I uninstalled the driver with pacman, uninstalled and removed it with dkms, uninstalled dkms itself, re-installed linux and linux-headers with pacman, rebooted, installed dkms and the driver again (at this point, installing the driver gave no errors) and then reinstalled linux and linux-headers again.

After doing all this, I still get the exact same error, and I suspect that diomekes will get it, too, the next time they update their kernel.

@Skallwar have you tried using a non-LTS kernel????

diomekes commented on 2020-04-18 13:27

That worked. I uninstalled the driver, updated linux and linux-headers, and re-installed the driver. Thanks.

Skallwar commented on 2020-04-18 07:34

I don't get this issue, weird. Have you tried to remove the driver, update your kernel and make a clean build ? I can do anything about your issue, maybe be report it on GitHub ? If you find an other repo wich works for you, please let me know

strobelite commented on 2020-04-17 18:16

I've been getting the same error as diomekes for the last week or two when I update my kernel. I'll add my DKMS make log the next time I do an update.

diomekes commented on 2020-04-07 17:14