The wireless device is inserted but still I am getting this error. Just click on the Network Manager icon on the top right hand of the screen and hit connect. I didn’t see the specific hardware installation option. Not sure if my fault or conflict or driver. Here is another update. Join our community today! You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.
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Yes, my password is: The wireless device is inserted but still I am getting this error. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
So consider this thread resolved and close it. Anything is fair game. The Xubuntu version used was the one downloaded from Ubuntu using Wubi. Using Debian etch 4.
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Just went to intel and got the linux drivers they have and installed drivers and boom had wireless. BB code is On. No such file or directory Makefile. Why are you attempting to build the driver???
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Your name d-ink email address: Here is another update. Far to many manufacturers reuse the same make and model numbers with different hardware. Using SVN July 19, notes: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. You stated in your reply 10 of this thread; Quote: Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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Introduction to Linux – A Wna-13330 on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
As a suggestion install the rpmforge-release, yum and related rpm files as described here; http: Hey, Llinux did manage to install “rpmforge-release, yum and related rpm files” as suggested and everything went well till “yum install madwifi”. Here is the link.