I have internet access through 3G/4G USB dongle direct into my Ubuntu 10.04 box. Works great! Now I would like to share this connection out through my Netgear WGR614 wireless (and wired) router. Any clues?
My Netgear A6200 USB Modem does not work with Ubuntu 12.10 running on either a i7(2.4 Mhz w/8GB RAM, two 500GB HDs & eight USB 2.0 ports) desktop or a HP/Compaq Mini 110c Netbook (running 12.04). The A6200 modem is simply not recognized. Several older Netgear modems work with Ubuntu 12-10 fine. I tried A6200 on Wine and on a virtual Windows disk, but that was no help.
I'm trying to get my netgear n300 for linux, I tried with the CD but ofcourse it didn't work. Saw some previous threads but I didn't really understand them, if anyone could give me link to some guide or some example or something.
I am trying to get my WIRELESS Epson Artisan 710 to work with Ubuntu 9.1.
I have a NetGear wireless router, and the Epson Artisan 710 talks to the NetGear
wireless router. My Ubuntu computer talks to the Netgear wireless router via a
Netgear wireless card. I can make wireless internet connections through the Netgear
Hello all. Please give me grace as this is my first post.
Ive been noobing around with an old Dell Inspirion 2650 and had Lubuntu 12.10 running on it. I had ordered a Netgear WG511v2 and had installed it using the instructions provided here: http://forum1.netgear.com/showthread.php?t=35739 and it worked perfectly. I then decided to wipe Lubuntu and install Ubuntu Server 12.04.2.