Alright, I figured out how to get connection, however now my system won't boot without the CD, it just goes straight to a black screen, and when I do get it to boot with the CD, it'll freeze after about 10 minutes of usage.
I have a Realtek RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n on my Quantal amd64 system. I installed the kernel modules for that card and modprobe that module. I can only view to the 2.4GHz WLANs. The module Im talking about was downloaded from the realtek page.
There is some method to upgrade my Ubuntu 11.04 without touching the kernel?, is that branch 3.x kernel gives me problems bluetooth makes my system freeze, and with the current kernel (2.6.38-13) is luxury all my hardware.
I write from the google translator because my English is poor
On an embedded system I have, using a 44 pin transcend industrial flash, after a while I will notice that I cannot read any files or write to the disk. I am using the 3.2.0.* BPO i686 SMP PAE kernel. This is sometimes accompanied by a freeze on the backport's kernel, but it always caused a complete system freeze on the default Debian 6 kernel.
Last kernel update seems to be causing my computer to freeze up intermittently. I first thought it might be Cinnamon, which I was trying out. Also suspected Chrome browser, but then I got a kernel "event" immediately after boot up. I backed up to the last kernel and am not experiencing it there. Not sure what I should do to remedy.