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I have been a Linux user since 2001 and an Ubuntu user since 2005. My area of particular interest is networking and wireless. I also participate frequently at ubuntuforums.org in Networking and Wireless.

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answered ubuntu server: wifi
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comment Ubuntu 14.10 wireless driver
What is the result of: lspci -nn | grep 0280 Thanks.
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comment Set up DNS (14.04, desktop)
Did you change the Method to Automatic (DHCP) addresses only?
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comment Set up DNS (14.04, desktop)
Please explain how you set up Network Manager and what about it doesn't work.
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comment Ubuntu 14.04 Server - WiFi WPA2 Personal
@VinhNguyen In ifconfig do you have a wlan0 interface? I suspect you'll need to ask your own new question.
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comment ndiswrapper driver problem
If my answer has been helpful, please accept it.
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comment ndiswrapper driver problem
I would do: sudo apt-get update and then: sudo dpkg --configure -a Thanks.
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comment cant connect to wireless network on 12
@ubudebuserccs -Broadcom firmware will not be useful for his Atheros wireless card.
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answered ndiswrapper driver problem
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comment Acer 3680 Ubuntu 14.04 No WIFI
Rather than b43-fwcutter, I recommend you install firmware-b43-installer.
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comment ndiswrapper driver problem
Please edit your question to add details of your wireless device from the terminal command: lspci -nn | grep 0280 Thanks.
Oct
21
comment Wireless icon not showing in the panel
Why do you believe he has a Broadcom device?
Oct
19
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
May we see: ls /etc/ndiswrapper/bcmwlhigh5 and also lsusb Thanks.
Oct
18
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
I see no evidence that it is trying to bind to the wrong device. It seems to be looking for the correct .sys and .cat files. Were they in the same folder with bcmwlhigh5.inf when you installed it?
Oct
18
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
There is a space between 'cat' and '/var/log/syslog.' Did you include it?
Oct
18
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
Where did you get the bcmwlhigh5 file? What is your device ID? lsusb What does this tell us? cat /var/log/syslog | grep ndis | tail -n20 Thanks.
Oct
18
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
Paste it here and give us the link in your reply: paste.ubuntu.com
Oct
18
comment How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
What does this tell us about the "bad driver?" dmesg | grep ndis Thanks.
Oct
17
answered How do I disable the default Broadcom Wireless driver in favor of a Windows driver
Oct
16
answered Benchmarking DNS queries