I've been trying to get my netgear adapter to work on my ubuntu 14.04 desktop but can not seem to get it to work. I have watched countless tutorials, read through many threads, and even did a lot of research on manufacture sites. I still can not seem to get it to work. Even when people have the same problem as me, they get theirs solved and I still can't get mine working.
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 have a Netgear Wnda3100v2 Wifi Adapter and I cant seem to get the drivers to work. I just got linux and have no clue how to use Ndiswrapper. If someone could give me a guide that I could follow as the biggest noob ever or even just hop on teamviewer and help me that'd be great. Thanks.
I've recently installed Fedora 18 (MATE) and I've had a heck of a time getting my wireless to work. I've done a lot of research over the past couple of days and I've tried configuring wireless with a USB (Netgear WNDA3100v2) and a Wireless Card (Marvell Technology Group Ltd. 88w8335 [Libertas] 802.11b/g Wireless (rev 03)).
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 #!