The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report. To finish the installation I set the router to use WEP bit and bang! Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process. Today, without any updates I used the network connection system tray icon, and notice that it shows the AP’s and so I went through the configuration via this applet not thinking it would make any difference. Does anybody know why everything stopped after choosing WEP? Works with ndiswrapper and mav2.
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WG511T – 108 Mbps Wireless PC Card
Here is a bugzilla report. I had removed the System Tray applet from the Panel. This situation’s a little different than built-in laptop hardware. I did not have the problem reported by Andrei Magureanu. And yes, keep the ethernet cable unplugged while trying all this. Yes Worked in Lubuntu llnux Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Also these messages are showing up on boot up: The card uses an Atheros chipset.
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I entered the settings you listed with “Connect automatically” and “Available to all users” enabled.
Can you help me, please? Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. May 22nd, 2. It only takes 10 minutes to figure that this kind of cards are well supported in Linux.
[lubuntu] NetGear WGT pcmcia wireless card doesn’t connect, Lubuntu
Any idea is highly appreciated! Please provide dmesg output. I got a Linksys Wireless Card.
This usually happens if you aren’t currently in range of your access point when you bring up the card, or if you’re trying to set up an ad-hoc network and another machine with the same ESSID isn’t around.
I did get a copy of the ARM as advised above but wg511t this the card failed to initialise at all. Marvell Technology Group Ltd.
But anyway, it seems that the prism54 module was unable to find the card loading the firmware is done after the detection. Karmic plug n play. You can download from here: Older pages say that the cards made in Taiwan work well with Linux, but that’s only true for the silver-tipped ones.
One of my laptops was bundled with a WG linnux, and it worked quite well with the Prism54 drivers.
You can learn about it on their site or using the search tool. This doesn’t change my view of the bad card, though. Hey all, here is the unfortunate answer you have been looking for: When the restricted driver module seems to have appeared I’m a relative linux newbie so please forgive me if I don’t give you all the relevant information. Activated proprietary driver ‘Broadcom STA wireless driver’, rebooted, and worked great.
The good card Note the silver antenna. See this thread for details. Chipset – Chipset vendor name, chipset name, vendor code, and device code. Then retried the wifi connection but same result. Visit the following links: Usually one only needs the kernel source installed.