Attached Files File Type: You need to read the list of adapters that are known to work with Ubuntu first, and you need to know the chipset, not just make and model as sometimes the chipset changes. You really aren’t going to notice that much of a difference with Linux. Join Date Dec Beans Hidden! June 15th, OP – As has been pointed out to you, the forum’s are used by people who volunteer there time and effort.
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WNA Wireless Adapter issues. Sorry, but this forum is all volunteer. They’re installer files for Linux.
June 14th, Bus Device Now following the given instructions on this thread to get my WUA working: In addition you need the actuall. Don’t take things like performance and ratings for another OS and dump them into Linux – it’s a different animal.
I wouldn’t just rush out and get another adapter! I don’t know why, but I don’t really have the time or patience to test it further, but it always did so on 32 bit windows, and on a 64 bit system with 32 bit java installed, etc.
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We read all of those things to try to help you. Whatever it is, it might be the reason for my current issue, being, it just won’t work. Since I’m just a newbie, I don’t really know any other ways of detecting the device, but the other thing I did was check up on the icon in the upper right. If they don’t know the answer to your problem, or don’t want to help then they won’t.
For more direct interaction you can try IRC http: Should’ve reread the thread sooner. I know the device is detected thanks to lsusb, but I don’t have any idea how to make it detect connections.
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Okay, driver installed and now I have a new issue. Wireless Ar90011u, and did you notice it doesn’t say bit? Check this link, 2nd from bottom. OP – As has been pointed out to you, the forum’s are used by people who volunteer there time and effort. June 15th, Follow the above steps if it works we have to do some other changes to make it “stick” between boots.
[ubuntu] WNA Wireless Adapter issues – Page 3
The thing just won’t work. It’s as though it isn’t connected.
Another lot may have given up on Linux altogether, even a hundredth of the original number would still make for a thriving community.
In scanning the thread I pointed you to, it appears no one has gotten the bit version working. Results 21 to 30 of What exactly is a deb, and 2hx can I get the one s I need?
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Please give us a link to were you got the wireless drivers and post the output of: Finished reading the thread now, as it turns out they had the same problem I have now. Many of these are probably repeat downloads, and 2.
Then do a net search with the same search string.