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I dont think this is a right place to ask such a question. You could just Google how to install specific tools on the operating systems you want. Its really simple. Anyway, I know that is not the question. But I suggest u try Google for individual tools. Also please be specific next time, with little more details like what version of the OS you are using ...
Ubuntu comes with wine, it's just not one of the packages that's installed by default. You use the software centre to install it (here is a link). Ubuntu has come with Wine 1.4 since 12.04 and before that had Wine 1.2, but Ubuntu 14.04 is set to include Wine 1.6. Xubuntu is just Ubuntu with a different set of packages installed by default which modify the ...
Several things need to be done. Remove wicd completely and make sure you only have network manager installed and running you can check with this command: ps aux | egrep 'Network|wicd' Turn power management off: sudo gedit /etc/pm/power.d/wireless (this will create or edit a configuration file that will override the default power management ...
If you're using a Broadcom (BCM43xx) wireless network card like me, this might help. I connected the laptop using a cable and ran: sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer to install the driver and then rebooted. (It would be helpful to add your network card to the question.)
Problem solved, by a known method from Internet, but with a little bit difference in the content of the config file according to specific release version I guess. cd /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ sudo sed -i '/ca-cert=/ d' "SSID" replace the SSID with the your SSID, and that's it! good luck!
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