We may safely ignore it, except to the extent that it indicates that wireless comes to life when you insert the card. Hi From man iwlist: This leads me to believe that I am somehow on the cusp of getting this going but some small thing stands between me and operation. They both worked fine on 8. Some of these old PCMCIA cards don’t support WPA because either the firmware just can’t be bent to do so, or they’re so old that the manufacturer is out of business or hasn’t or won’t update the firmware because they’de rather sell you a new card!
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I saw your question about WPA2.
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Hi chilli I suggest you set the router to no security, detach the ethernet cable, if any and click the Network Manager icon and see if 4800t see your network. I’ll leave out the dates n stuff del Does the little icon spin?
Withdrawing workstation service for eth1. When I insert the Aironet card I see: Registering new address record for fe Well, I am a great-grandfather, so maybe I’m the best candidate to help you!
My Ubuntu 8 with my ndiswrapped Netgear card can connect to that, but I have not tried with the ndis system since going to This has been fine as my ‘guest’ laptop at home for some time. For example when I have no card placed in the slot and I enter ifconfig I see eth0 and lo. They both worked fine on 8. We may safely ignore it, except to the extent that it indicates that wireless comes to life when you insert the card.
Dell Inspiron Parts List
IPv6 no longer relevant for mDNS. I did as I said a clean install of I then wanted to give this laptop to a friend but found after a long trial that the WiFi access to the internet where he lives uses WPA2 TKIP protocol and I believe that the Netgear does not support this.
You might or 4800ly not deell get some clues with: I suggest you set the router to no security, detach the ethernet cable, if any and click the Network Manager icon and see if you see your network. Active while wifi0 is State: See, you are already in line with Cisco’s marketing plan.
I had ubuntu 8 running on an IBM Thinkpad x20 and using ndiswapper on a netgear card for that. I will be answering on one of my two Thinkpads!
Joining delll multicast group on interface eth1. What does this tell us?
Are there any suggestions, to get this to work? It seems to run quite acceptably on the Thinkpad, but again there is no wireless connection available. WPA unsupported with firmware versions older than 5. What version of Ubuntu did you use?
I tried all weekend reading posts such as this http: IPv6 with address fe Errors, warnings and seemingly random things tell us clues: Withdrawing address record for fe Is the grind on 48000lt old trifocals a little off?
A great many things are faster, easier and quite a bit more informative in Ubuntu when done with the command line.
So what does this tell us?