How do you install the Asus USB-N13 wireless adapter, 802.11b/g/n model onto mint 11 64bit CD version. The driver/firmware is not included by default...
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It appears there is a driver available directly from Asus, and is available for Linux. One is just a driver, while the other includes some sort of client.
Just extract the file, then
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Find the bin file, this might be it, but I can't test anymore, you can then use
Warning: The driver causes your OS to hang occasionally and does not work properly. I advise you to get a new wireless adapter. I guess that's why the driver wasn't included out of the box...