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Hi all, i'm having a terrible time getting a connection on my wireless enabled notebook. Router seems to be working fine connected to the desktop but everytime i try connectin ...
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    Question problem connecting to wireless..."unidentified network"


    Hi all,
    i'm having a terrible time getting a connection on my wireless enabled notebook. Router seems to be working fine connected to the desktop but everytime i try connectin my wireless notebook, it always says "limited or no connectivity" and the wireless network connection icon always indicates "unidentified network" i turned off all firewalls and i've tried troubleshooting several times but still not solving the problem....help anyone?

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    Which distro are you using?
    What is the chipset that your card uses?
    You can find the info by doing "lspci" as root.
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