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Hey guys, I just started using Ubuntu yesterday and I want to install Netlimiter to limit the bandwidth allocation to specific wireless devices on my network, and I do not ...
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    Exclamation Problem installing Netlimiter using WINE "GetPnpID"


    Hey guys, I just started using Ubuntu yesterday and I want to install Netlimiter to limit the bandwidth allocation to specific wireless devices on my network, and I do not believe this is not something I can do within my Westell router configuration.

    When I tried to install Netlimiter using WINE, I got "error error 0x80040154: couldn't get the notify object interface".

    When I tried again I got: "Error 0x90070003: GetPnpID"

    Everything is on default settings, any ideas how I can install this?

    Thanks a bunch!

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    This probably won't work with Wine on Linux. It requires low-level hardware access to work. If your router / WiFi AP does not allow configuration of QOS settings, then you probably are SOL here. Of course, as soon as I post this, some wiseacre on the forums will post the solution, making me look like an idiot (I resemble that remark!)...
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