by the way, didn't want to mention this but now that you bring up that question, I will tell you that, it works on Windows ... :P ... |
but doesn't on linux ... lolz :D so definitely a configuration problem ... :D
On Sun, 2011-04-17 at 10:20 +0200, Marius Kotsbak wrote:
On 17. april 2011 09:55, Junaid Naseer wrote:
Hi Mr. Walker,
Finally ! I meet someone who is facing the same problem as I am. Lucky for me but unlucky for you ! Hmmm, I have no idea either. Even the guys who work with this stuff don't have good clues ... I don't know, if someone can tell me if I can get this to work without the NetworkManager with the traditional ifup/down commands ... but I am such a newbie ... :(
Uhm, have you tried a live CD of e.g. Ubuntu/Linux Mint to see if it is a configuration problem or if it could be a hardware problem as well.
and the strange thing ! some how it used to work on it's own !!! :P
On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 9:10 AM, Francis Walker <francis3366 gmail com> wrote:
No Wireless Connection
I have the same problem as Junaid Naseer. My laptop and desktop are running Linux, Ubuntu 8.04 cannot connect to the internet wirelessly.
Ubuntu 8.04 is 3 years old. I would suggest installing the latest version first.
And to both of you: do not top post, and do not quote more than you refer to.
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