How do I install a .tar file that it has no configure to drive the LAN card?

ru flag

I am trying to drive a new LAN card A5000UA, I downloaded its file's drive from this link.

I used to extract the .tar using this command:

tar xvf rtl8188EUS_linux_v5.7.6.1_36803.20200508.tar

I would like to do:


Sadly, I didn't find ./configure.
As you see in the figure:

folder content

I found the drive commands for A3000UA here.

It is working well for A3000UA.
What do I do in this case?

lucki1000 avatar
us flag
try direct with `make && (sudo) make install`
N0rbert avatar
zw flag
What is your Ubuntu version? Why do you need to compile it? It is [already packaged](
REDHWAN avatar
ru flag
@lucki1000, Thanks for your help. I tried to use it. The output is: bash: syntax error near unexpected token `make'
REDHWAN avatar
ru flag
@N0rbert, Thanks for your help. My Ubuntu version is old (16.04)
REDHWAN avatar
ru flag
It is working well now, I followed this answer, and the same here
karel avatar
sa flag
Does this answer your question? [Install driver rtl8814au on ubuntu 20.04](
REDHWAN avatar
ru flag
@karel, No, but it solved my problem.
cn flag
Please don't confuse us with questions about end of life versions. Old versions behave differently from current versions and everyone here will assume a current version. 16.04 is off topic here :) I would advice to upgrade if you want help from AU
REDHWAN avatar
ru flag
@Rinzwind, Thanks for your advice, sure, I will upgrade it. I am waiting to finish our current project.

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