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- Sep 2005
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Ubuntu: Wireless card not recognized
My problem is in Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)
My wireless card (Dell MiniPCI wireless 1350) in my laptop (Dell Inspiron 5150) is not being recognized.
I have identified that the chip on this MiniPCI card is the Broadcom "BCM4306 802.11b/g Wireless LAN".
When I go to connection properties, it only displays eth0 (which is working fine), and "lo". The last time I installed Ubuntu, this wireless card was recognized, and was called wlan0. The wireless LAN card is not recognized in the "Network settings" dialog either.
I know how to use NDISwrapper, so installed the drivers for this card, but still, nothing showed up in the network settings and connection properties. NDISwrapper said the drivers were installed correctly, and that the wireless card was detected..
All I need to do is get the wireless card recognized so I can do wireless LAN.
Please help, thanks.