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Thank you very much. Also had a problem with the instructions: I thought it was weird that the Wireless Interface field was blank, but I didn’t know what to put here and moved on to research some more. Now I can’t get online with a LAN cable either. This is the fourth time I’ve reinstalled Lubuntu.
Using the Linksys WPC54G (v2) and WPA with Ubuntu Gutsy
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Yes Just choose wireless network in networking, and works. As you have mentioned in another post, I needed to download the ndiswrapper vrr from the internet. I found that the mixed case problem applied to tnetx as well as tnet, so I applied the same process: The connect window goes away and I immediately get a popup telling me that I am Disconnected.
Getting Your Linksys Wireless Adapter Working On Ubuntu or Mint ~
INF and triple check that you got all tnet and tnetx instances changed to uppercase. Broadcom Corporation BCM Here’s what happens for me, and this happened before and after I tried the ndiswrapper instructions that I linked above: Page History Login to edit.
Here is what I did to finally fix my problem. Try typing this at a command line: Will look at this more closely in the next few days. Glad the instructions were helpful. Then retype correctly and install again.
Join our community today! Steps Prerequisites Debian testing or unstable stable should also work now that sarge has been released linkeys with correct modules pcmcia, etc I use a 2.
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. The solution, it turns out, is to use the WPC54G via ndiswrapper. No Hardware linuux immediately upon startup. I click on the wireless indicator in the top right corner and choose “Connect to a Hidden Network”. Enter the SSID of your wireless network and enter your security key, and you should be good to go!
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The steps I used here work for me but your milage may vary. Desktop not laptop–does that matter?
Click on yours, enter your password, and you should get a connection. The time now is Then type ndiswrapper -l You should see output that looks like this: