making the wifi work through proxyview story

http://askubuntu.com – I just installed Ubuntu on my computer and I don't know much about Ubuntu but still installed because I was having trouble with windows now I cannot connect to the internet through the proxy the wifi is working as it detects the networks and even connects to the network but I cannot connect to the internet even after putting the required proxy settings. What should I do? (HowTos)

Is a PKI required when authenticating a Cisco Aironet AP via radius against ADview story

http://serverfault.com – We're a small office and have a Cisco Aironet 1250 access point set to WPA-PSK. Now that we've deployed Active Directory I'd like start authenticating my users via radius instead of a PSK. To this end I've installed NPS on my SBS 2011 server. The WiFi clients are some company-laptops, some personal iPhones, iPads, Android phones, etc. I.e. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] How to get Optimus working on ASUS U45JC in using Bumblebee in Ubuntu 11.10view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – It took me FOREVER to get this working properly on this laptop, and I know I'm not the only linux user with this machine, so I will post a solution here. Note: This will not work if you have installed NVidia proprietary drivers. For best results, do this from a clean install, and do not opt to install restricted add-ons, as this will install the proprietary drivers. (Hardware)

Fujitsu Amilo - Wireless disabled by hardwear switchview story

http://askubuntu.com – Never mind: already solved by finding hardwear switch Recently installed Ubuntu 11.10 on a Fujitsu Amilo 1630. For the first few days the wireless worked fine. Yesterday I started up the computer and all the wireless options are greyed out as "wireless is disabled by hardwear switch" I am not dual-booting with a windows system. (HowTos)

Intermittent wifi fault after resume using Realtek RTL8188CEview story

http://askubuntu.com – Wireless connectivity issues after lid close, sleep, or long time off also cannot change MAC all the time in the spoofer. I have a Toshiba Satellite C655D-S5234 with Windows 7 dual boot. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Problems with HP Pavillion Wi Fiview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Is there any problem by chance with WiFi in HP laptops? I've a Pavillion and a note book and there is no way to get they recognize my router. Instead, they can recognize others. But when running using Windows, the WiFi works perfectly. Is there any way to make HP WiFi works with Ubuntu? Thanks a lot (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Installing 11.10 32-bit dual-boot on a HP Pavillion DV6-6140us Llano systemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I just installed Ubuntu 11.10 32-bit Desktop Edition in a dual-boot configuration on a two-day-old HP Pavillion DV6-6140us with Windows 7 preinstalled. Installing Ubuntu took a few hours and caused me a bit of frustration, so I figured I'd clean up my notes and share them. The DV6-6140us runs an AMD Llano APU, consisting of an AMD A8-3500M CPU and an AMD Radeon HD 6620G GPU. (Hardware)

Connecting problem with pacman and Broadcomview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Ok, or not ok. In your previous post you said your internet / browsing the www is working. Is that stable? For example: if you go to youtube and watch a longer video, or download a bigger file (like the arch image). Does the connection stay up and working without no troubles? Or does it break down as well at times? How do you start pacman? Within a bash in your window manager? (HowTos)

[ubuntu] ati SystemError: InstallArchives() failedview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I've a Sony VAIO laptop that was working fine till an hour ago, when I've the great idea of use it with two displays as I've done before with my older ACER. I do install fglrx driver -or what the hell its name is- but it creates more problems than solves, so I did try to go back to ati propietary driver to see what I could do with it, but I cannot. I've purged everything related to th (Hardware)

[all variants] Best Linux colour printer wrt running cost?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – We currently have a Kodak ESP 5250 which is a fantastic AIO printer/scanner under Windows so sadly we have vbox installed just so we can print and scan stuff properly as Kodak offer no Linux support for this device at all. (Hardware)