Linux Kernel Patches Posted For USB Support With Realtek RTW88 WiFi Driver

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Back in 2019 Realtek contributed the open-source “RTW88” WiFi driver to the Linux kernel for supporting their newer wireless chipsets on Linux. To date the mainline driver has just supported their PCI-based WiFi adapters while a patch series now out for review extends the driver to supporting their newer USB-specific chipsets…

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