ok i have no idea how to use ubuntu yet, just changed my OS from XP to Ubuntu and it won't let me connect to my home network with 9.10. i am using a linxus wireless chip please help
on 01/28/2010 – Made popular on 01/28/2010
I recently switched over from Windows XP to Ubuntu 10.04. I am unable to connect to the network. Both wired and wireless are not working. I tried to connect by assigning the IP address manually and also by automatic DHCP assigning. It did not work. In the wired network when I access a site I get the message unable to connect to server. Pinging in wired network is 100% success.
Just installed Ubuntu 12.04 a couple of weeks ago on my HP laptop (completely replaced Windows). Everything seemed fine until a few days ago when I was unable to connect to the internet with my wireless network at home. I also tried three other wireless networks and also tried to connect by ethernet cable. These are all networks that I have been able to connect to in the past with no problems.
i have dual operating system xp and ubuntu 11.10 and trying to connet internet by using HSDPA 3GPP Release5 Micromax Dongle but it is working in windows xp not in ubuntu.I am unable to connect internet even i have done my edit connection and all the setting using aircel network but unable to connect internet.plz give me a sugession how could i do manually.
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.