Here is what I’ve done remember I’m using Kubuntu, not Ubuntu. I thought it was not working as I could see some wireless network once and then nothing. Thank you so much for this amazing guide. In conclusion, if you have a Dell Inspiron and you follow NickM’s instructions it will work. Brush or bags for vacuum cleaners. Show only see all. Thank you for the info on making the wireless card work Tony MC Gurie.

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Thank YOU very much It was working great.

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But it was doing good till then. That is supported but voyaegr not on the list. Awesome guide, and thanks to you I’m now reading to have a play with Ubuntu. My machine said it already had fwcutter on it, so I ran that line. I go to properties and check ‘Enable this connection’ then press enter and nothing happens.

I’ve tried to install according to the instructions here but it keeps telling me that the link is not a valid link and exits with an error showing the above link as the problem.


You are the ones that make Ubuntu such a great distro. I will try messing more with WEP soon.

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In conclusion, if you have a Dell Inspiron and you follow NickM’s instructions it will work. Here are two How-Tos they are more or less the same, but each explains different things better: I got as far as step 5 and locked up the computer.

The installation of fwcutter didn’t finish when I tried it in a terminal, but it worked via the Synaptic Package Manager. It didn’t work for me. I’m running Hardy, fully updated.

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I’m also new, and just installed Feisty on my machine. None of this worked for me. Thank you in advance. I went to a terminal and did man network-admin, then sudo linuz -c, which got me a configuration box that looked just like the network manager dialog.

I can’t see pinux wrong. Make sure you run the lspci command in the command line to determine that your wireless card uses the Broadcom chip set.


Thank you in advance for any help.

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Any ideas as to what I can do? As nearly as I can tell, I followed the directions exactly. Thanks for the info! NickM, I owe bf somehow boss.

Currently, I’m running Gentoo and thinking of switching to Ubuntu. This isn’t a big deal, but can anyone explain why it happens or how to make it work right on startup? On release this thread may get flooded with ‘the wiki doesn’t work’ posts?

However, everytime I try to edit blacklist and try to add “blacklist ndiswrapper” when I save it it tells me that I don’t have permission or disk space.

For the record, here’s my system: WEP and unprotected works. 10665 of parts that you find on this site. I am using an hp pavilion zv

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