I have an old Gateway desktop computer which is now running Xubuntu. When I moved it to my office I installed a Linksys USB Wireless Adapter, model WUSB12 version 1. This was not accomplished without incident--I installed ndisgtk (I already had ndiswrapper) and changed some settings (which I cannot remember right now) but after about an hour it worked.
I have very basic network settings in my home. Cable connected to my Linksys Wireless G router. My wife and I connect to that using our laptop.
Yes. I did enable encryption to connect. Also my wireless printer is connected to that.
For some reason, last night around 12:30 AM, the printer acted like it was going to print. Then it didn't print any thing. Again it did that one hour later.
I have a Linksys WAG320N Wireless N router and a Belkin Wireless N router. The Linksys is acting as a modem and DHCP server, and I want to set up the Belkin as an AP. Is there any reason this shouldn't be possible? Am I right in thinking it's a case of connecting the two routers via ethernet and setting up the Belkin as an AP only and giving it a static IP?
I loaded Ubuntu onto a fairly new laptop. In the process I deleted Windows. Ubuntu loaded just fine but I can't get my wireless connection. Its asking me for my proxy settings and I can't find them on any of my other pcs. My wireless router is linksys and I have tried to install the linksys drivers but I keep getting an error message saying the end of central directory signature not found.
WIndows/Arch Linux dual-boot PC connected by USB cable to Canon PIXMA MP640 printer. I have a laptop with Xubuntu installed which I am trying to connect to the printer by Wi-Fi. Both the desktop PC and the laptop are connected to a Linksys modem/router by ethernet and wireless respectively.
There are wireless routers, and then there are wireless routers with a 1.2GHz dual-core Marvel Armada SoC processor and 256MB RAM that supports USB 3.0 drive transfer speeds and has four massive antennae that can blow wireless connectivity through almost any environment. The $250 Linksys WRT1900AC (which you can win here) is the latter.