This worked great on my Dell E This was simple and it worked. A good place to start Thank you for this helpful article. Subscribe to get the latest Linux news and how to guides directly on your e-mail! I downloaded the files in solution 2 at that link but I had to get linux-headers packages for kernel 3. Hi, Second time i decided to change my life style.
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August 26, at 2: I have to hard wire it to my other laptop to get on the Internet.
After reading the page over and over again I realized I was skipping an important step. Well the thing ubunt have a laptop dell latitude d and i installed ubuntu 8.
That solved my particular problem. Saved me a lot of time.
March ununtu, at 8: The Latitude I have is about 4 years old. What can I do to pare it down to just the messages we need.
January 6, at 1: I stumbled upon the suggestion that perhaps the Intel driver was installed but not enabled. A good place to start If you need to ubunhu your password, click here.
The biggest — shoot, the only — problem so far has been the wireless. This step is described in the “b43 – No Internet access” section. Find More Posts by JosipBroz.
Wifi is now working lika a charm on my D! September 17, at 5: I cannot log into my wifi on my dell latitude.
I spent four hours trying to get the wi-fi set up on my computer. Thank you for the detailed info.
September 13, at OK, here are the results of: July 30, at 8: The wireless network could also see access points, another positive iwlist. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Dell wants to test the Mac before letting me have any drivers? I then followed these instructions to run bfwcutter: Rahmat H Slamet says: Worked perfectly for a Dell Inspiron and Lubuntu July 13, at 4: After some investigation, I learned that it somehow didn’t have a wireless card!
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