Anyone have a wifi adapter, either USB or PCI-E that they know has a working driver and really likes? I'm working on building a computer specifically for linux.
I am using Xubuntu distribution, and just installed the SMCWUSB-N2 wireless adapter in a Compaq desktop (around year 2000). The adapter is recognised and starts working fine with the "default" (built-in) Xubuntu driver, but after 2 to 4 minutes, the adapter shuts down and internet connection is lost.
I'm trying to get a TP link TL-WN823N USB wifi adapter to work on a RPi but I:
a) have never used/installed/configured wifi on a *nix system
b) am puzzled about the driver
so any help will be appreciated a lot.
I've been using Linux some but still a bit of a noob in the field, and mostly Kubuntu in particular. But, my problem I'm having is that I just recently installed Kubuntu 14.04 64bit to a computer I built and I'm trying to get my WiFi adapter working for it. It's, like the title says, a Netgear WNDA3100.v2.
My laptop came with ubuntu as a pre-loaded OS but my brother removed it and installed windows 7 over it and after reinstalling ubuntu wifi is not working it is not showing available wifi networks,it used to work before and i am sure that my wifi adapter is compatible with linux i need help installing the drivers of the wifi adapter reply as soon as possible and step by step instructions please i a
My computer, HP Pavilion p7-1512, has an ethernet cable adapter and a WiFi adapter. Under Win8 the cable connection is used if the cable is plugged in and the WiFi is used otherwise, without user action. Under Linux the cable interface works but the WiFi adapter, Ralink RT5390R, is not recognized. My question is this: How do I force the system to recognize the WiFi interface?
I recently upgraded from Lubuntu 12.10 to 13.10 on my HP NX6110 Laptop with a Intel Pro 2200BG wifi adapter. The wifi worked fine on 12.10.....at first it worked fine on 13.10 as well. This afternoon after running for a hour or so, the wifi adapter just quit working. I cannot figure out what happened to it, although the system still sees the adapter....I cannot enable it.
So, several months ago I put together my own desktop PC. I set up a dual boot to Windows and Ubuntu.
Recently, without changing any settings or installing anything new, the wifi stopped working on windows (I use a wifi adapter). It said it was connected, Network settings showed that it was working and running trouble shooting had no results. My internet still works on any other device.