June 11, at You should scrap that. Do I need to install this CD on my Ubuntu computer? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. October 29, at 9: Few things to mention here, though:

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After completing step 8 my USB Adapter started working and I had a list of networks to connect to, connected to my home network and immediately posted my solution here for you to see. Results 1 to 10 of Julianloui julianloui said on I followed the instructions below and it worked: That does the job too.

I searched the forums and googled. Having a problem installing a new program? Distro Xubuntu Development Release.

October 14, at 9: The WUSB11v4 is having trouble in making the connecting, seemingly mainly due to a hardware problem, but it normally performs very well under Windows XP on the same computer. January 22nd, 7.


Thus the failure was due to the original driver and not Ndiswrapper. Here are some details about your adapter: You appear to be talking about a wireless network adapter. What commands do I enter at this point?

[SOLVED] Linksys AE Adapter Does Not Detect Wirelss Network

Jbuntu uninstalled ndiswrapper and reinstalled and am using bcmwlhigh5 windows XP driver. What is the output of: TC Nguyen tctheman said on May 18, at Please assume that I know very little and some common knowledge will go right over my head. Will my Linksys AE run on Ubuntu?

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: October 29, at 9: Linksys AE is wireless adaptor of some sort? I believe that I have learned much from this experience and owe you all very much.

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All times are GMT Please see this Ubuntu Forums thread. None Link to a FAQ. I also found this in another Thread and what Fernando posts there seems to have helped others, https: