I am trying to install wireless network drivers but I couldn't find any driver for wireless under network drivers. I just installed ubuntu 9.10 today but my wireless is not there. I am able to connect through wire but not wireless.
when I have to install the wireless driver? During installation or after installation? Or it doesn't matter?because I've been figuring out how to install arch linux with wireless working. I've read the beginners guide, wireless configuration, broadcom wireless, but I still do not understand.
Hi. I am new to Ubuntu, just downloaded it, and booting it from a USB drive.
The wireless adapter that comes with my computer as some issues, so I bought the Medialink MWN-USB150N usb wireless adapter. The problem is that I have no idea how to install the driver. Ubuntu detected my in-build wireless card and downloaded the driver for that, but it doesn't seem to detect my usb wireless adapter.
I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit and I'm trying to get my Cisco AE2500 USB wireless receiver to pick up the wireless signal. Initially during the install of Ubuntu onto my system I had it connected via ethernet to download all the updates. After rebooting and getting into Ubuntu for the first time, my wireless worked but is getting really bad signal even for sitting right next to the router.
I have Ubuntu 9.10 running on a Dell E6400. Nearly every time when I start it up, wireless networking doesn't work. If I click on the networking icon, Wired Networking shows "Disabled" (which is normal) and Wireless Networking shows "Networking is disabled".