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drivers – No wireless connectivity on Dell Inspiron – Ask Ubuntu
Ah, still finding my way around this. This is what I get when I run the code you suggested.
Linux laptops with WiFi are a special treat because I can relocate them to spots where I can access them directly when needed, or ssh into them from my Macbook Air. August 6, at 4: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
This is a problem with Fedora 7. I had to enable output and front. I cannot use “default” proprietary drivers 15220 can be enabled in Software Center, since it disables Ethernet.
Members are distinguished by a small Ubuntu logo next to their names, Canonical employees by a purple “O”, a portion of Canonical’s logo. Jorge Tijerina 3 ubunttu 2. March 5, at 5: A driver for it is available but it’s not free and it’s old for 2. July 25, at Tech support questions must be links to Ask Ubuntu or the forums here’s why.
Dell Inspiron wireless card: mini pci card wifi.
Every time I type the sudo command it asks for a password. Is there anyways I can download the required driver on another laptop and copy it to the new machine?
July 28, at June 10, at Any chance you can help. I try the password I use for Linux but it says wrong password. Going to switch to 64 bit now that I know it works. November 15th, 5.
It’s actually pretty easy. Please keep this field empty: Three days and finally found this and solved my problems immediately. You are commenting using your WordPress. May 4, at 5: Media Manager Back to top. Please refer to the Ubuntu Code of Conduct. Next came Firefox and GEdit.