I have an IBM R51 laptop which I would like to run on ubuntu (as I'm currently running Maverick on my Desktop and like it very much)
I have run the liveCD and everything runs OK except for the wireless network, which although it detects my wireless network, will not let me connect.
So, I have an Ubuntu 12.04 machine I am trying to connect to my 802.1x wireless network. Let's call it SSID for example. So I enter all of my credentials, it connects and displays "SSID is connected" or whatever the usuall success message is. I am able to get to the Internet and all is well.
Hey, so I connect my laptop to the internet with Wi-Fi, not ethernet, but I still want to use my laptop for ad hoc. Why, you ask? Apparently if you have a wireless, unencrypted network with the SSID of attwifi, you can trick a Nintendo 3DS into thinking your network is a Nintendo Zone.
Running Maverick 64-bit. I previously had my wireless network set to WEP encryption, and when I'd start my laptop it would automatically connect to the network (with a hidden SSID) and everything was great. In order to use my work laptop at home, I had to change to WPA2 encryption.
Hello, i recently installed ubuntu on my old hp pavilion dv6000 laptop. when it booted up i relaized it was not connected to my wireless network. I then proceded to add my own filling in the ssid and changing it to a WEP password and typing it in. It is still not connecting and i was wondering if i could get some assistance. Thanks!
just some additional info: it is an amd 64 processor