First of all, I would try to avoid installing from source unless you kno exactly what you are doing - it can be a bit difficult and the stability of PCLOS comes from sticking to the programs in the repository.
I had a look at your pics and the "driver" failed to build - which accounts for you not seeing it when you ran insmod. The "error" messages mean that the build has failed.
I haven't had a look at your earlier thread as yet, but will do so in a moment.
The Realtek modules are mostly included in the kernel these days, so I am surprised that yours is not - but I do know that some are not.
Will take a look at your other thread. I could guide you through compiling from a source package if you get really stuck, but would need more info to do that and, until we know for sure there isn't a module already in the kernel, it is best to hang fire...
Okies, had a quick look at the other thread and the advice given by muungwana would be the best option - i.e ask for one of the folks here to package this for PCLOS.
If you really wish to pursue building the "driver" from source, then could you give the location you got the file from and perhaps we can sort it.
Have you tried the rtl8192SE driver in the repos? No idea if it will work, but worth a go I suspect. Note that you will need both the dkms-r8192se file and presumably the associated firmware rtl8192se-firmware.