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How to know what is the model of my wireless card? [duplicate]

I am looking for command line which tells me what is the model of my wireless card? For example if that is Atheors. The result should be atheros.
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Wifi Connectivity, eth0 and wlan0 interface?

I do not have any problem in Internet connectivity, both in terminal and in browser. Few days earlier, I used to get a dynamic ipv4 address to eth0 from my ISP and the interface used to be up and ...
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Set wifi txpower from /etc/network/interfaces

I am trying to configure my wifi to reliably connect at start-up on a headless device. I currently have done this with a simple entry in /etc/network/interfaces, along the lines of auto wlan0 iface ...
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Virtualbox bridged adapter - only one network interface listed in /etc/network/interfaces

I've been trying to configure another version of linux in virtualbox, and I want to connect it to my network using the bridged adapter option by bridging it to my wifi. Its been taking me a while to ...
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wifi scanning results say No scan results

I'm trying to use wifi access in Ubuntu 12.04 and for some reason, I do not want to use network-manager. So, I removed it. What I'm trying to do is to see what kind of APs around me, so I issued the ...
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How To Connect Quassel via ppp Network Interface While Chromium via wlan at Same Time?

I have 2 different network interfaces at same time (wlan and ppp). But the wlan (public wifi hotspot) always blocks IRC port. So I can not use my Quassel when connected in wlan. Then I want: My ...
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Ubuntu sees 2.0 ports as 1.1?

I have an ASUS M5A78L-M LX V2 motherboard, the usb ports of which are all USB 2.0. I realised that my wireless USB card was working and connecting much faster connected to the front panel USB ports. ...
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Wireless configuration using /etc/network/interfaces documentation

I followed the tutorial here and was able to properly configure my network: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=202834&page=181 I know of the documentation in ...
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How can I make NetworkManager ignore my wireless card?

I do not want NetworkManager to list or manipulate my wireless card. Can I hide its interface from NetworkManager somehow? I have tried adding this in /etc/network/interfaces, iface wlan0 inet ...