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According to the commits in the kernel git repository (see link below) the rt2800usb driver in kernel 2.6.31 should recognize the ID of my device. This is really getting me out of my comfort zone and competence. According to all information I've gathered my device should be recognized and work without any tweeking. Am I missing something?
I'm in the mean time running on kernel 3.0.1.With the kernels before that (2.6.38 and 2.6.39) I used the driver from ralink which was in staging (rt2870sta). This driver was very solid (even though in staging). Download speed was also very constant.
In 3.0.1 they decided to kick out the staging driver so you're only left with the serialmonkey driver (rt2800usb). Reason : the rt2800usb did not get debugged enough (probably because people were using the ralink driver instead).
I installed this official kext for 10.8 in my 10.10 and it works... but just for a minute or two, after that, system freeze. I've asked Dlink for a compatible driver for 10.10 and they answered me (this morninig) that actually they are working on this point at their lab in order to release it but with no date of release. Because of that i was looking for an alternative option. With this Ralink kext, my system detects the device but does not work ... maybe because the kext is not compatible but... why it is detected by my system in SysPref/Network... i don't know 2b1af7f3a8