Hello @Togrok, is this how your Wi-Fi adapter looks like?
If it is, there are drivers at
Steps to install the driver:
Make sure your system has a temporary Internet connection to download all the necessary files.
Open the terminal
Ctrl + Alt + T
Make sure you have all the necessary files (headers, gcc compiler, make utility, etc.) to compile and install the driver.
uname -r←(Shows which kernel you're running)
sudo apt install #linux-headers←(Installs the headers)
sudo apt install build-essential dkms git←(Installs compiling software,
EW-7811UTC_DAC_Linux_Driver_184.108.40.206.zip← The file we installed just now
cd ~/Downloads←(Goes to your
unzip EW-7811UTC_DAC_Linux_Driver_220.127.116.11.zip←(Unzips the file)
Now, the file
EW-7811UTC_DAC_Linux_Driver_18.104.22.168.zipshould be in your folder.
cd EW-7811UTC_DAC_Linux_Driver_22.214.171.124.zip←(Goes into the folder)
sudo make install←(installs the driver)
Dude, I don't need to do this right? Fine :
It should work, ENJOY
Installation difficulty 3/5 (Medium Difficulty)
Sources & Links: EDIMAX - Wireless Adapters - AC600 Dual-Band - AC600 Wireless Dual-Band Mini USB Adapter, EDIMAX - Download, How to install EW-7811 AC600 & EW-7822UAC in Linux with kernel higher than v4.1 : EDiMAX
Have a good day !!!