philkemling at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 11 03:15:04 GMT 2009
well the adapter is back working this is what i did i went into manage connections deleted my router restarted machine with the first kernel 188.8.131.52 got sound no network connection then restarted computer with kernel 184.108.40.206 got sound no network connection then restarted computer with kernel 220.127.116.11 got sound no network connection then restarted computer with kernel 18.104.22.168 no sound but got network connection oh the first three kernels was wlano interface hookup only the last kernel was the rao interface only that was the one that worked and was the very first kernel u get when u download 9.10 kubuntu kamaric from internate back when it first came out in oct. weird huh..when i was talking about three user accounts i should have said i added two sub accounts so each one would have their own desktop to work in but no root control just on the main account is the sudo root control me.. Thank u very much for ur help Perry. :-} Phil
--- On Thu, 12/10/09, Perry <pwhite at bluewin.ch> wrote:
From: Perry <pwhite at bluewin.ch>
Subject: Re: wireless interface
To: "Kubuntu user technical support" <kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Date: Thursday, December 10, 2009, 12:51 PM
Le Thursday 10 December 2009 09:43:20 phil kemling, vous avez écrit (you
> i am a nebie to linux runing ubuntu 9.10 kamaric on a dell optiplex with a
> wireless adapter i have it set up for three users with me having root
I'm not sure what that means. As your are the user having installed karmic you
can "sudo" or "kdesudo"; and possibly the other accounts you installed are
not part of the "sudoer" group.
This shouldn't make any difference because your are not running as root (which
is difficult in KUbuntu unless there philosophy has changed...I'm on "Hardy"
and "Jaunty"). Unless you "sudo" your are just a normal user
and your problem
must have another cause.
> each one logs in to their own desktop to use and has been running
> fine accept for the sound issues but my main problem tonight was when i
> logged into mine which is the main user it did not see my router but it
> would connect to others in the area instead.. the twist is when i logged
> into the other user accounts no problem connected right up auto so i am
> using my daughters account to send u this so i can fix my main account.. i
> hope someone can help me i am going to bed and will hope and pray it works
> for me tomorrow thanks if u can help me out.. :-} keep up the good work
> guys and girls..Phil
It appears you are not the only one having wireless problems in "karmic"
It is interresting to note that only the first account experiences this
problem, and I would be curious to know if if works with an ethernet cable
Now don't expect much info on this topic because I never had that problem and
my machine is cabled to the router. I will follow this thread in the hope I
can learn more when you report back how you solved it or when someone else
gives you a more educated advice.
As a start I googled for "wireless karmic" and found this thread:
Can that help?
Unless you have other input from this list, try googling some more.
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