Ralink rt3070 driver

I have an engenius EUB9706 wireless usb adapter. I had it running on ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10 using the ralink rt3070 driver (Ralink corp.) and tried to install it again on openSUSE. I ended up getting these results:

make[1]: Leaving directory '/lib/modules/'
make: *** [LINUX] Error 2

There was more to this but based on the instructions I found the rest was a standard output.

Try going to Software.openSUSE.org and searching for the rt3070 module and install from there.

Sweet, thanks. I didn’t know that existed.

Ralink’s driver, as downloaded from their web site, does not compile in opensuse 11.2.

Opensuse’s driver, as downoaded from opensuse’s web site, does not work: the hardware is not recognized.

This is the work of Ralink’s programmers who wrote the driver, and perhaps an opensuse’s contributor who modified the Ralink’s code to make it compatible with opensuse 11.2.

Really great programmers, aren’t they? None provided their names - “Ralink, Inc” is embedded in the README. Maybe Taiwan is too far?

(this is my first comment here in this forum)

I had problems when compiling this source also, but I managed to override this error by installing the package linux-kernel-devel.

search for build in the yast