Wireless Modem Problems
lyematt at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 22:21:44 GMT 2009
okies to get it working with dependancies:
sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-utils-1.9 ndiswrapper-common
the command you tried before should work with no problem after that.
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On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 10:16 PM, Lisa Milne <lisa at ltmnet.com> wrote:
> download ndiswrapper-common and install it too, I just checked and that
> should be all you need... but if you get the dependency error again just
> download the package it says and install it... keep going till no more
> are needed.
> Once you are connected to the net dependency checking will be taken care
> of by the package manager. It's just fiddly having to do it manually
> till then.
> On Sun, 2009-01-11 at 22:01 +1000, Michael Harold wrote:
> > Hi The List,
> > Lisa: Thanks for the reply 6 minutes after I posted! Unfortunately
> > still got the Dependency not satisfiable: ndiswrapper-common error
> > after the download and transfer.
> > Matt: Thanks for your suggestion as well. All I saw for our efforts
> > was "E: Couldn't find package." Not unreasonable - No modem - No web -
> > No package! Unless there is a means of pointing to where it is - say a
> > specific folder?
> > So the problem remains; In fact two: I have to download any required
> > files via XP, so the list has to be complete and executably correct
> > prior to transfer to Ubuntu via memory stick, (That part seems to
> > work, by the way.) and I still require a means of getting the Optus
> > modem to switch on with Ubuntu 8.10.
> > Thanks again for the help offered, it is very much appreciated.
> > Regards
> > Mike H
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