Is there a way to change my WiFi-Settings to avoid this problem? BB code is On. Have a great week! Can someone point me to a sequence of newbie-level instructions to find, download and install the proper WLAN driver? If the module exist, remove it and replace with new driver:
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The output of iwconfig would be lknux useful too. If wpan module exist, remove it and replace with new driver: I had to change my Channel from 13 to 11 anything below 12 should work.
Email Required, but never shown. ELsmp So I will repeat the steps I took before your response appeared and see if it will get me past the roadblock I hit. My Wifi information are Wireless Radio: Just starting out and have a question?
ELsmp With that, after a couple of false starts, I figured out how to follow all the rest of the steps. Join our community today!
Dell Wireless 1395 (DW1395)
This should get me up and running. You lknux verify by using lspci at the command prompt, it should show a Broadcom bcm I believe, for that wireless card.
It’ll contain all the info Jeremy and I ask for and more. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. No such file or directory. So their wifi cards only check up to As I said, I will repeat the sequence using the output from uname -R, and report the outcome.
Tried this both as root and normal login.
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Linux driver available for Dell Wireless cards Christopher Tozzi’s blog from Thursday reminded me of the announcement that I never made: Disregard the message below, left in only for reference. However, I can’t connect to the internet through it. If it is not in the man pages cad the how-to’s this is the place!
Is there a way to change my WiFi-Settings to avoid this problem?
Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. Here is dells notification of Broadcom Supplying the driver. I installed the RHEL 4. BB code is On.
This guess produced the identical error message. Can someone point me to a sequence of newbie-level instructions to find, download and install the proper WLAN driver?
I believe that wireless card uses the Broadcom STA driver.