[Bug 119828] Re: Intel Wireless 4965 A/G/N Card Drivers
rumpy at tx.rr.com
Thu Aug 2 15:10:29 UTC 2007
I'm somewhat of newb when it comes to Linux. I apologize if I'm posting
this in the wrong area.
I was pointed towards Ubuntu due to it's reputation in regards to
support and the user community. I have yet to find a distribution that
works with my wireless which is key for me (tried Mandriva, Suse, an
older build of Ubuntu a few months ago), and I think the other was Red
Hat, as I don't understand how to install the drivers manually at all.
I've tried with 3 or 4 other distributions, but the instructions I find
on the web never work. I also had no luck with ndiswrapper with any of
the other builds. They always caused the OS to hard lock as soon as you
tried to enable the wireless.
I downloaded the latest (I'm assuming it's the latest) Ubuntu 7.04 DVD
(feisty?). Will the auto-update automatically download the module
mentioned (linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.22-generetic) or is there something
else I must do to get my 4965 working with Ubuntu? If it's an auto-
thing, then I'm sold, as this is my only hold-out in switching to Linux.
My internal wired Ethernet cards always work, but I don't want to be
chained to a wire.
Intel Wireless 4965 A/G/N Card Drivers
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