Also with wicd or other types of wireless config tools dont i loose the automatic configuration and managing of networks that the network manager daemon provides? Every 4 – 5 minutes Also you say to download ver 2. Hi Thanks for the help! I don’t have the card in my posession anymore, but my Mom is using it on her Ubuntu laptop. Couldn’t get any of the windows drivers from test.
Thank you, but finally it seems that the card is damaged. If there is anything else to try, I’m game but it will likely be about 20 hrs or so until I can get back to the machine itself. I found the post that I just mentioned above and started walking through the suggestions outlined.
Here’s one problem I ran into that you may want to add to this article for newbies to Linux like me thanks for the input. Also, if network manager sees configuration in the interfaces file it appears it just does nothing, i have it running but it wont do anything anymore with the wireless connection because this is statically configured. Need to get This because i assume networkmanager is responsible for managing the interfaces. There are no 64bit drivers for your card in Windows so you can’t use Ndiswrapperand the 64bit native Linux driver is not completely functional.
I have gone back to Gutsy for the time being, I will load the live cd tomorrow and play around. After reboot, I was able to connect with LAN again.