First, let me point out that I have absolutely no experience with Ubuntu before 12.04 LTS and I am a total beginner and can't build or write anything worth mentioning.
The problem is that Ubuntu will not connect to the wireless network I have at home. My Samsung's wireless card is Intel Centrino Wireless N-130 (v 3.2.0) I think...and from what I understand, it has to be updated?
Running Ubuntu 12.10. This PC has both wire and wireless. Been working good last eight mounths. Booted up today and first thing it wanted was my password for DropBox. It never asked for this before and DropBox is working fine. Five minutes later, it wanted the password for the wireless connection. Password is correct but still won't connect. I cancel it but it keeps popping up.
Hello everyone I am new to ubuntu. Installed 12.10 a couple weeks ago but was getting a system error msg regularly. something to do with the display. wireless worked great. So I looked into the 12.04 LTS. In the process i found edubuntu. Since I have two kids i chose to go with Edubuntu 12.04 LTS. I downloaded the .iso. burned it on DVD and ran it.
I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 on my Gateway M350WVN laptop. I am unable to get a wireless connection, wired is fine. When I go to system settings and look at the networking section it says 'firmware missing'.
I am running Opensuse 11.2. My wireless adapter is a rt2860sta which the system recognized when it was installed. I can configure Wireless using YaST/Network Settings and my wireless works great. My problem is when I reboot I have no wireless. If I go back into Network Settings and edit the wireless connection it works fine, that is until the system is rebooted.
Hi there everyone!I would very much like to have a monochrome and clean icons for my bar at the top, as opposed to the gnome icons there now. I found the Faenza 1.2 download on Deviant Art and I downloaded then installed the .tar.gz's via the Appearance Setting manager.The problem I'm having is that only the volume icon is changing at the top. Clipboard, battery meter and wir