It all depends on how you got your wireless working to begin with. This is the wireless that I have. I would think this is related to the most recent kernel update from Ubuntu. It’s b43 and b43fwcutter now. It’s the wierdest thing. What do you get from the following?
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Yet I’m still having a little problem.
Add ndiswrapper to the list of kernel modules to load at boot time: You must go to http: Click here to Register a free account now! If you can ping the router then the driver and card are working fine. Never mind i am unsure about what i did but it works now. It got connected successfully and got an ip address via dhcp Can’t find the module even though I installed the latest 14d4. That would be my next attempt.
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If you are not running Hardy, then this How-To will not work. First, a little background: It’s the wierdest thing. Some confusion has occurred as to whether the “L” is a “1” or an “I”, hopefully that clarifies! I get the wireless option in the network-manager in the notification area, but 411 are none wireless networks in the “Wireless Networks”-list.
Please help, this is a heron deal breaker for me.
I’m currently using wicd which I find works quite well. So no, you can’t have messed with the hardware especially not with the wired interface as well.
After that I found your tutorial.
We’ll leave our script intact, just make it not executable so it doesn’t run on boot: Right, quick update, i wiped Ubuntu and installed it again, Started from the very start, whent though the How to, with a fine hair combe. Well everything looks to be ok, what happens when you run the commands at the end: You’ve had your Wireless card be 411 as eth1 and your wireless card as eth0.
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Starts and connects nice and quickly as soon as i start the laptop and it’s a nice solid signal all the time also. What happens if you run: Well you can probably remove all the redundant lines!
Would that have screwed this up for me? I’m running a HP laptop, tx, hardy heron, amd x