Originally Posted by ogetbilo
Uhm, I explained in post #70 how to install the driver from testing. It is the same driver that is going to be pushed to stable if no one reports bugs.
Putting the packages to testing will not magically make them bugfree. I mean, the whole point of testing is for folks to test the drivers and report problems.
Especially for the rt2860 driver, since I (as the rpm maintainer) do not own the hardware, just waiting for the driver to get pushed to stable is not much helpful for locating possible problems.
I actually tried to install those drivers from testing as instructed in your post but with no success, they could not be found. I kept running into errors of no package found. I'm not at that computer now but in the morning I will retry and post the errors I get here. My apologies for not posting the error before, I saw you had edited your post and assumed that's why I was getting the error. I'm new to this whole Linux thing and trying to learn, so I'll try to be more precise in future