LoadFWStatus 1 , rtStatus 0 [ 3. Hiya, lsusb gives me the following output: After plugging the device dmesg gives: And i’m sorry for resurrecting an old thread but i think i shouldn’t start a new one for this. It wants to know how you wish to connect, either DHCP or static. Network Manager is designed to prevent a wireless connection if you have a wired ethernet connection, which you do.
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As I said, the dongle is found by the system and my wireless network is found by the dongle.
Now i can get wlan connection to my router and when i check from router it looks like to be connected. I attached some output if you’re interested. Likewise, when the user plugs the computer back in, the computer should switch back to the wired connection. But what a-kink, and what tune?
I had problems first with the firmware which solved by reading this thread.
I Insert the key and it gets connected but no Internet. Here’s screen cap of some basic info: It wants to know how you wish to connect, either DHCP or static. A-lonk computer finds my adapter, but doesn’t make a connection Please connect and post: You have no more firmware error and you can connect to the router! I have the older version of the wnu stick not the WNU-L one.
I’m running a fresh install of bit I can always disconnect from my network and delete the profile of my network so it asks for the key again.
When I unplug my ethernet cable or just disconnect it from NM I still am connected to my wlan, Please detach the ethernet cable and reboot. I have at home cable modem and wlan router with nat, wpa2 security and hidden network.
It’s already connected as I unplug the cable. I don’t believe you are actually connected. Could some one help me?
Now click the NM icon and tell us if you see your network. What could be wrong?
Right-click it and select ‘Extract Here. Then run and post: I’m quite new to ubuntu! Thx – rebooted dnu system and my dongle is there, finding my network. I have tried to find help from ubuntu-fi forum but no luck there.
I can see available networks and connect to my own wlan network. So, I downloaded a driver from here: Hiya, lsusb gives me the following output: Switch to 20MHz bandwidth Thx again, you’ve been tremendously helpful. LoadStaus 2[ 3. Well, it’s never as easy as wnj think, is it: With these setting it’s not work properly.
Didn’t work for me. Well, this problem arises because the mentioned functions aren’t supported in the kernel used by Maverick.