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.
Cisco announced an updated line of Linksys wireless 802/11/b/g/n routers for the home market, including a Linux model. The E2100L Advanced Wireless-N Router with Linux OS offers four 10/100 Ethernet ports, a USB port, a UPnP AV Media Server, and like the other E-Series WiFi routers, provides new, m...
I've recently installed Xubuntu 10.10 onto my Dell Inspiron Mini (I think 1011), and found that my internet flat out doesn't work, wired or wireless. When I connect the netbook to an ethernet wire, it says I am connected, but fails to load any pages or connect to the internet for any purpose (updater, drivers, etc.).