After a painful morning I found a working link to run the TP-Link T2U on the latest kernel. This piece of modified driver work for me on Fedora 22 with kernel 4.1.6-201.fc22.x86_64. If you would install the driver you will need to compile the source. Re:How to install archer-t2u driver on linux Ubuntu 18.04.2 2020-06-08 09:02:15 Help me find the Archer T2U AC600 V3 (only version 3) driver for Ubuntu and Kali. I … But that was your question for the 4.15.0-72 kernel. I am using debian linux. Here is the link: Trying to fix the MT7610U chipset driver - GitHub. Need help installing Archer T2U V2 on Linux Mint Cinnamon x64 [on hold] -1 Tried looking for information but they all seem to be about V1 so I'm asking directly, I saw that a lot of the time the people helping asked for lsusb to be run so this is the output of that while my uninstalled wifi adapter is … I found the link on TP-LINK Archer T2U v2 - WikiDevi. With lsusb it is showing Ralink Technology, Corp. ... Ubuntu or Linux Mint are better distros for beginners, and they might make your WiFi adapter work just by simply plugging it in (though that is not a guarantee). I bought tp-link archer t2u wifi card. I recently bought a wireless USB adapter, the TP-LINK Archer T2U, which has 5GHz and AC wifi support. Note :This is a beta version; unknown bugs may still exist. TP-LINK and mediatek provide drivers (mediatek one is for 7610u). 2. For Archer T3U v1, Archer T4U v3, Archer T9UH v2,Archer T2U v3, Archer T2U Nano v1, Archer T2U Plus v1, TL-WN821 v6, TL-WN822 v5, TL-WN823 v3, TL-WN8200ND(UN) v2, TL-WN727N(EU) v5.20, TL-WN725N v3, TL-WN722N v3. Hello maritzt, if you have chosen my suggestion with the driver from JeremyB's website, I think it's only designed up to the 4.15 kernels. The kernel module for the driver for TP-LINK T2U is “mt7650u_sta”. Re:How to install archer-t2u driver on linux Ubuntu 18.04.2 2020-06-08 09:02:15 Help me find the Archer T2U AC600 V3 (only version 3) driver for Ubuntu and Kali. But neither work for Fedora 22 AFAIK. Im running this in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and I can manage to get the 2.4GHz band working with no problem, but the 5GHz network my router is broadcasting isnt showing up. I run another system ( I used this with LMDE, kernel 3.11, now I'm on Debian (see above)), however the solution I have linked was tried with the following setups: Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS, linux kernel 126.96.36.199, gcc 4.8.2 Ubuntu 15.04, linux kernel 3.19.0-15, gcc 4.9.2 Configuring Wireless USB Adapter Archer T2U Nano on Linux 26 Dec 2019 on hardware and linux This post details how I got AC600 Nano Wireless USB Adapter Archer T2U Nano working on my Ubuntu 18.04. The formal version is coming soon. TP-Link AC600 USB WiFi Adapter for PC (Archer T2U Plus)- Wireless Network Adapter for Desktop with 2.4GHz, 5GHz High Gain Dual Band 5dBi Antenna, Supports … Worked for me, I also have the Archer T2U, with the same USB-device. After following the instructions everything worked!