Trying to get help installing the driver needed to get wireless with fedora 16. I think Linux rocks but I need wireless. Working with a netgear wnda3100v2 wireless adaptor. Can't seem to find the info. If there is another wireless adaptor that is needed or more simple that could be an option.
I installed #! a few days ago and it's been working great, except for one thing. I can't get the wireless to work. I have a wired connection that works fine. My wireless card is an Intel Advanced-N 6205. I did some searching and it looked like the iwlwifi package should support my card, but i still don't have wireless capabilities. I'm new to #!
I have noticed that many users have an issue with this type of wireless card and I have already searched through several threads of solutions with no avail. If someone could point me in the right direction, it would be greatly appreciated.
I am new to linux, and recently installed fedora 13 in dual boot with windows on my machine. I am having a problem getting fedora 13 to activate my netgear wna 1100 wireless adapter. It kis reading the adapter at Bus 002 Device 0033 ID 0846:9030 Netgear, Inc., but it will not power on. I've burnt the window driver to disc but being a different language, it will not work in linux.
I use kmail in kubuntu 8.04. Whenever I have a wired connection, kmail checks email and sends messages just fine. However, any time I switch to wireless, kmail just says "No new messages," without even checking. I am also unable to send email over wireless.
I've tried searching the internet for people with similar problems, but to no avail.
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
ive found alot of things on the INTERNET about this and Ive tried all of them and none of them seem to work for me... im new to Ubuntu... im trying to get my wnda3100v2 to work on my computer and i have been unsuccessful
I have nearly ended my journey of making a dual-boot windows xp and ubuntu computer. Along with version 12.04, came the problem with my NetGear WNDA3100v2 wireless adapter. It wasn't compatible. My last step in my adventure is to install the software called Windows Wireless Drivers. I have internet access on my laptop and a flash drive.