In order to connect my Jetson Nano (2GB) to Wifi, I bought a Wifi dongle which should be compatible, according to this topic :
Still, I can’t make it work, and actually don’t really understand the mechanics of it.
Apparently, a driver has to be installed. Is it installed on the Dongle, or on the computer/jetson Nano ?
If the driver has to be installed on the Nano directly, I am stuck : I don’t have any internet access on the Jetson Nano.
Maybe it can be installed on my Windows Machine, and then transferred to the Nano ? (I already used WinSCP for file transfers)
According to the D-Link Website, 3 Linux Drivers are available (D-Link Technical Support), for versions 126.96.36.199, 5.06.3.1, and 188.8.131.52. But It seems to me that the Jetson Nano runs a Linux Kernel 4.9…
Any help for understanding this whole thing better, or how to make it work would be greatly appreciated.
PS : Apart from my Jetson Nano, my machine is running Windows 10