Can someone please tell me if My essentials wireless
G router using a F5D7050 adapter will work with Ubuntu 12.10? Please forgive if I have done this wrong. my first.
I have a strange problem, my wireless adapter works, in that I am able to see other wireless networks, except my own! It's very frustrating. I can't even manually connect to my wireless network. I've even disabled security temporarily. Whenever I boot back into Windows, I am able to connect to the network with no problems =/ Any suggestions?
I live in an apartment complex with tons of wireless network all around me. I used to have a Belkin wireless adapter and router which worked fine with not other wireless around, but was trashed in the apartment complex. Upgraded to a nicer Asus router and wireless adapter, which didn't help. Both were 2.4 GHz, and switching around channels 1 thru 11 did nothing.
I've been using ubuntu for about a month now and I have really liked it. My previous wireless usb adapter was not supported by linux and after trying for awhile to get it to work with ndiswrapper I gave up and bought the Asus USB-N53 adapter. I plugged it in and everything worked great with the generic drivers and firmware.
My Asus P5B motherboard has wireless and wired LAN built in. Ubuntu recognises both of these. It detects nearby wireless networks including my new Thomson Gateway broadband router. And every thing works! From watching this forum I notice that so many other people have problems. I wonder why.
Just installed 13.10 on a new build, and I'm having a few issues. The main one being with internet. My motherboard has a realtek ethernet adapter built in, and while it does connect, it does not get an IP address, nor can it ping the router.
Secondly, my wifi adapter (TP-link WDN4800) can see the wireless networks, and on connection prompts for a password, it never actually connects.
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