Hi all. I recently installed ubuntu netbook remix 10.04 on my little brother's netbook. For some reason, the wireless will connect at every router I have tried except my home router. I'm guessing it must be a setting or something on the router? The windows laptops in the house have no trouble connecting. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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I know this was supposed to be fixed back in 2009 but it's not for me. Here's the situation. I have a new hdhomerun connected directly to the lan port on an hp laptop. The laptops wifi is used to connect to the internet. The only way I could get the hdhomerun config to see the tuners was to set the lan to local only.
Hello friends is there any way to increase the WiFi connectivity?? I'm currently using Real ICS lite r4 and kernal panic.
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I am trying to run 10.04 netbook live from a memory stick with a view to installing it on my laptop. However although I can see my wireless router and connect to it I cannot access the internet. I have tried this on my laptop and desktop with the same result.