Results 1 to 5 of 5. Enable the wireless connection and tinker with the connection settings if you need to. Ubuntu Forums member and Ubuntu Member: I am thinking that maybe it is using the wrong driver? Originally Posted by Glynixx. I have downloaded ndiswrapper and the windows driver but I am a complete newbie when it comes to Linux in other words I don’t know where to go from here so if someone could break down exactly what I have to do step by step it would be greatly appreciated.

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Find More Posts by Glynixx. The time now is No such file or directory tar: However I can connect with a ethernet connection. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Again any help would be appreciated. Congrats on getting it working! I would recommend you read the following: To do this, type the following in a terminal:. The time now is Find More Posts by Hangdog Linux – Laptop and Netbook Having a problem installing or configuring Linux on your laptop?


You are commenting using your Twitter account. I don’t think I made myself clear.

The reason you need to worry about it is that Dell cards frequently use Broadcom chipsets, lihux there is a native Linux driver for those that Ubuntu almost certainly has and it can conflict with ndiswrapper. BB code is On. What are the procedures or is it as simple as finding it, downloading it to a flash drive, and mounting the flash drive on the Dell so the information can be extracted there and llnux to make the WIFI work.

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You have to download it from the Dell support website. Probably the best place to start is the ndiswrapper wiki see my sig for the link. Wirdless Garcia on September 18, at 9: I also did the following command but it still seems loaded: Having a problem logging in?

Is this supposed to be the case? I am pretty sure I did ever step up to this point I installed Ubuntu It works with my dell Latitude D and wirelesscard. Wirrless Forums member and Ubuntu Member: The current OS was installed at a location where we had access to a wired Internet access so there was not a problem.


Thank you for all of your help, I am now wireless. Here is a list of supported cards with that driver: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

Dell Wireless 1350 (DW1350)

I would try on my ubuntu, because my wifi is problem. The Dell will not connect because it has the stupid card with the Broadcom chip set.

The problem is due to a bug in the native driver shipped with Ubuntu 7.

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