Trouble with wireless setup

kirko birilli whyshenwhy at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Apr 19 17:23:42 BST 2010


hoi mischa,
but what happened to your wireless connection?which device you got?ralink,netgear or what?did upgrading solve your problem?
wireless stuff,jajaja.got a new rt3090 card which hasn't got monitor mode.will downgrade to rt73.
cheers
shen

--- On Fri, 16/4/10, mischa falkenburg <because_productions at myfairpoint.net> wrote:

From: mischa falkenburg <because_productions at myfairpoint.net>
Subject: Re: Trouble with wireless setup
To: "Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion" <ubuntu-studio-users at lists.ubuntu.com>
Date: Friday, 16 April, 2010, 1:44

Rolf Krüger wrote:
> Hello Mischa,
>
> mischa falkenburg wrote:
>   
>> Here's the latest -
>> On another box I was able to download the .iso file for 9.04, and did 
>> the install...I think maybe not. When the install was at the point to 
>> eject the disk and boot, there was the dreaded Error 18.
>> What to do next?
>>
>> Mischa
>>     
> If the forum thread does not help:
>
> One trick I did earlier when I ran into such probs, was using a windows
> boot disk in order to rewrite the mbr (U can find how to do this on
> google) and then booted from the linux-cd again, using the option
> "Install Grub/Bootmanager" or "Repair broken installation" or st. like that.
>
> Pretty sure, it´s because there has been an older grub sitting in your mbr.
>
>
> regards
> rolf
>
>
>   
Thanks for the help guys.
It WAS an mbr issue. I removed the older 8.04, and used the dvd as a 
recovery disk, re-installing grub to the mbr.
All is well.

Mischa

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