Wireless networking

Oscar monotux at gmail.com
Sat Dec 10 23:05:54 UTC 2005

Create a new 'Place'/'Profile' (I'm using gnome in swedish, I can't remember the original title), in Admin -> Networking, and type in your settings.
I think ubuntu will automaticlly use the profile when booting.

On Fri, 9 Dec 2005 10:16:02 -0800 (PST)
Daniel Axtell <dan_axtell at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I recently decided to install Ubuntu 5.10 on an older laptop, a Sony Vaio, with an Netgear WG511 wireless card.  Much to my surprise, everything seemed to work the first time, even the wireless networking.
>  However, whenever I boot up the machine again the wireless is turned off by default.  When I choose the Admin/Networking, I can reactivate eth0 and indeed the lights on the card turn on, but there's still no connection.
>  I tried the route command
>  route add -net netmask dev eth0 
>  to try connect to my local network, but that doesn't seem to help, I still can't ping anything. 
>  Any thoughts on how to automate this?
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