Can you build the driver? I have a Dlink usb adapter that I am looking to try. With Dapper, there should already be some firmware distributed with your system, but as alluded to above, it appears to be buggy See bug report SOS Do not see and icons that indicate wireless card is setup. Are there older version of the driver already present? In my case, I have a line which reads:
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Abocom Systems Inc Device ab90 Flags: To check this point, see if you can print the version information from two of the tools, make and gcc, with the following commands: Prior to installing Linux, I had win XP on the same pc and both wifi devices worked without any issues. Hi Mark, I was able to get the card working with the driver installation procedure you linked. You’ll need to follow everything after the “Prepare the windows driver.
Ubuntu xubuntu-meta Edit question Assignee: It accepted the rltsu in. Just installing this package is not enough; you have to create a link to the version of gcc that you wish to run.
Texas Instruments ACX – ndiswrapper – 64 bit. In other words, do you have a Texas Instruments acx based device? Pulled up ndiswrapper, attached the driver.
[ubuntu] Texas Instruments ACX – ndiswrapper – 64 bit
If you really want to be sure, run lspci on its own to get a description of the device. You do not need to continue with this fine instruction. The installation was pretty straightforward except for my wireless network card. I have been trying to figure this out for days. Could someone guide me to solve this problem? Went to Configure Newtwork: I have been looking for days and all Zorin fixes are connected to Ubuntu which looks to use totally different pc language than Zorin.
The os may look nice ect. Highlight the command written on the page. The OS recognized the card, has green light on back. I have Realtek for Ethernet. With Dapper, there should already be some firmware distributed with your system, but as alluded to above, it appears to be buggy See bug report It was pretty straightforward and didnt take more than 10 minutes to get everything working properly.
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I found that it works somewhat better with firmware 1. October 14th, 1. Wireless Network controller : It centralises information scattered across several websites, and includes links to code and firmware which is known to work.