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It's very simple, actually, but you need to be careful, since you're running on ARM. What you do is (after you install the kernel headers and other prerequisites, such as gcc, git and make): git clone https://github.com/Mange/rtl8192eu-linux-driver cd rtl8192eu-linux-driver make clean make ARCH=arm make install After that, you need to blacklist the built-...


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Add -o big_writes to your mount commmand or big_writes to /etc/fstab So the mount command above would become: mount -i -t ntfs -o big_writes /path/to/partition /mount/point


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