Can't get my wireless card to work
patiodragon at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 00:09:07 UTC 2008
On 11/17/08, Payton Rigsby <ubuntulisting at gmail.com> wrote:
> Linux newbie again. I bought a Dynex wireless G desktop card so I wouldn't
> have to run a giant cable through my house. I got it, installed it and
> went through the step by step methods on what card I have and how to
> configure it for Ubuntu. However, ubuntu recognizes I have it but I can't
> seem to detect anything, not even from my router 3 feet away [from where I
> have my desktop at] and I know it works. In the terminal I saw my network
> options and it said my wireless card was disabled. That's all I got.
> I've tried going under system>administration>network and
> manually putting in the network info but it still can't find anything.
> Could someone help me walkthrough it again.
If you want to follow along with the details, you have the NoOp
answer. I think this is the simplest way to set up wireless:
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