This was the result on my machine Are you new to LinuxQuestions. They solved my problem. October 21st, 7. Sorry didn’t catch the desktop part. Visit the following links: October 20th, 4.
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All times are GMT Is there some other special way that I need to activate the wifi card that I am missing? I finally got my wireless card working. I am really greatfull.
[xubuntu] How to get Linksys WMP11 to work with linux
October 17th, 1. I have libux under the fedora distribution forum because that is the distribution that I use. Visit the following links: The time now is Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. Find More Posts by rigelstar. October 21st, 6.
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I am new to Linux, so I have no idea how to get this card to work with linux, seeing as it only comes with drivers for windows. It should say bfwcutter. Wireless setups are distribution agnostic as they depend on the underlying software. It works perfectly for linu. Also, if you do a simple search for wmp11 on this site you will see a ton of postings in the wireless forum.
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Sorry didn’t catch the desktop part. Join Date Oct Beans 1. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
So what should I do? You still might want to search under the Wireless forum. I run Red Hat Linux 7.
They solved my problem. I will buy a driverloader from Linuxant. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. October 18th, 2.
For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. There must be some wireless options that work, please let me know of some working desktop wireless set-ups. If its not wjp11 try this from the terminal window: Are you new to LinuxQuestions. You might want to have this moved to wireless.
This is the Ubuntu way and should work for all flavors of Ubuntu.