Here some stats about my whole setup: Some parts below i took from other posts on this forum, and updated them a little. I’ve been having problems with my NB wireless connection, I’ve followed the guide and gotten to the ‘make’ command where I get Lets say your home folder is named “fossil” same as your user name. Hello, i spend the last week trying to get my wifi working on my new nb, and it was hell. For users of Xubuntu, type in nano instead of gedit. I’ve tested that and it was ok for me.
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Hopefully someone else will be able to help.
In my case i had nothing there. Im also using Toshiba NB using wubi intrepid 8. Then continue in a terminal with: I’ve tested that and it was ok for me. Thank you for youre time reading this one. But i chose for Ubuntu 8. Good luck, and if you have any questions, let me know. OK totally newbie here so apols for general dumbness.
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Lets say your home folder is named “fossil” same as your user name. Here is the full terminal text All help greatly appreciated.
But finally got it working, and i thought i share it with you. Setting up WiFi on a Toshiba nb with Ubuntu 8.
I think it will also work on other notebooks, but cant guarantee it. For users of Xubuntu, type in nano instead of gedit. Some parts below i took from other posts on this forum, and updated them a bb100.
WiFi card AR5BX63. TOSHIBA NB100.
I downloaded it in my browser, then saved it in a new directory, and extracted the files in that new directory Go in your terminal to the directory with the extracted files and do: I’ve been having problems with my NB wireless connection, I’ve followed the guide and gotten to the ‘make’ command where I get Hello, i spend the last week trying to get my wifi working on my new nb, and it was hell.
Here we go The device string displayed in a terminal by lspci -v If yes, type “ls” Now you should see somewhere a directory called something like this “madwifi-hal Wired network is working fine, btw. Is there any step by step guide on how to configure my Internet connection?
Here some stats about my whole setup: If i turn off the bluetooth, then wifi also turns off for some reason.
Netbook is running Hardy presumably for LTS reasons, but that means that the ath5k issue noted in the 8. Followed this, but one major problem: As soon as jaunty comes out, i will play with that. About your password issue’s, no clue. Tuliku PS, i’m running kernel 2.
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I extracted them to a folder on my desktop and a folder in my home folder the one with the same name as my username Many thanks! Nb010 anyone nudge me in the right direction? The only thing that changed for me now was that i had the greyed out line “Wireless Networks” in my network manager.