I finally ran the command lshw -C Network in the terminal. Linux Power User Bundle. I’ve got my driver here: HN, Thanks for the alternate instructions! BB code is On. I’m just not sure what else I can try.
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Maybe I am impatient and it takes 5 minutes or so and I didn’t give it enough time.
Couldn’t get any of the windows drivers from linksys. Click on yours, enter your password, and you should get a connection. Please add the output of lspci to the question.
You may use these HTML tags and attributes: Issues This is just a list of issues that I still have with this setup. Linksys WPC54G V2 Okay, so, this might end up being the dumbest question on this forum, but I’m brand new to Ubuntu straight off of being a Windows die-hard since ’95and here’s where I’m stuck: I’m just not sure what else I can try.
Note that this document is outdated and no longer describes my current setup.
Using the Linksys WPC54G (v2) and WPA with Ubuntu Gutsy
The Wired Interface field had eth0 in it. After the reboot completes, you should be able ,inksys left-click on the Network icon toward the right side of the main menubar and have it display a list of wireless linkx. After rebooting, I selected the network icon in the upper panel by right clicking. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Linuux and triple check that you got all tnet and tnetx instances changed to uppercase. I found that the mixed case problem applied to tnetx as well as tnet, so I applied the same process: I have looked for a work around but can’t find one.
All ended with losing my internet connection on the laptop altogether. Click here for our reviews! I found the post that I just mentioned above and started walking through the suggestions epc54g. This is really a one-time document that I do not really intend on keeping up-to-date though I may occasionally update it.
Yes Just plug in, choose wireless verr in networking, and it works in Ubuntu 9. Once I turned that on, the notebook basically turned into a brick. I thought it was weird that the Wireless Interface field was blank, but I didn’t know what to put here and moved on to research some more.
Enter the SSID of your wireless network and enter your security key, and you should be good to go!
[ubuntu] Linksys WPC54G V2