Now can you connect? July 13, at 4: When I installed Ubuntu But this time, my connections began to become laggy after a few minutes and so I tried your solution from above. Cannot connect to wireless Ubuntu, Dell Latitude D

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May 14, at 7: July 25, at 5: I try the password I use for Linux but it says wrong password. FYI, on Dell laptops you generally have the option to replace your Broadcom wireless card with an Intel card Dell sold the D with bothand the Intel card should work automatically.

Making Wireless Work on a Dell D600 with Ubuntu

July 13, at For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. Thank you, your post has saved me potentially several hours of digging through the documentation page.


Thanks running Linux Mint 15 32bit. April 8, at 3: I was about to call it quits on that project.

Activating Wireless on Dell Latitude D610 with Ubuntu

Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. August 14, at 6: Worked perfectly for a Dell Inspiron and Lubuntu So we just rebooted, then checked the wireless and the network showed up. January 1, at 3: July 16, at 5: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. This is the first distro I am trying, which is Xubuntu November 18th, But it would never connect.

Whats up with the broadcom anyway, always seems to be a snag for me an successful linux installation.

[SOLVED] Dell Latitude D – WiFi setup

Where to start troubleshooting? When I found your tutorial, I quicky reinstall Lubuntu – I already downloaded bfwcutter – and follow your suggestments.

April 24, at 5: I have included the. Here are the results that I got. March 27, at 6: I installed the latest long term support version, Lucid Lynx — The upside was that this showed that the hardware was fine. After some investigation, I learned that it somehow didn’t have a wireless card!


Of course someone smart could get Ubuntu to work but I’m lazy and don’t see a need to struggle with Ubuntu when Sabayon and Puppy work perfectly out of the box with my particular hardware. Roshan 1 1 9. June 3, at 6: What can I do to pare it down to just the messages we need.

Thank you so much, both the autor and you.

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