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Posted on 09-03-07 23:08
Hey all,

I got an old laptop, wiped the hdd, and installed Ubuntu on it. I have a wireless B network card (http://www.linksy. . .torWrapper)
Can someone help me install it?

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Posted on 10-03-07 00:56
look into ndiswrapper. I'm using it on ubuntu with a wireless card (desktop) and it works perfectly. you can have it use a windows driver (I used the one that came on the cd) and then it automatically shows up in system>administration>networking. there's even a list at that site that shows all the supported cards and some tips.
good luck.


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Posted on 10-03-07 04:14
thanks, i'll give it a shot