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    Re: Lubuntu on Fujitsu Amilo laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by ixusubunt View Post
    amjjawad,
    Sorry about the shopping ... similar for me today except that I persevered and survived the check-out!

    Yes, wireless is a common problem ... I looked at the Networking forum and found other people asking for advice about similar issues. I have added a message to one of them.

    Thanks again ... it all helps me to understand Ubuntu!
    Well, guess what? I went back to the Supermarket and found my cart as I left it with some stuff added and the Supermarket was about to close so I just removed the stuff that I didn't choose and paid What a crazy thing to do but what shall I do? I live next to that Supermarket and that's why I go there. Next time, I will never do that no matter how close it's because of the crowed.

    Yes indeed, Wireless is a pain, some or most of the time.

    I'm so sorry for that again. I wish I could help.
    Try this, perhaps it will give you more results: www.googlubuntu.com

    Yes, each post here will add something to your knowledge; that at least what happened with me

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    Hey amjjawad, I found the solution on the networking forum as you recommended!

    See my post here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...0#post11244780

    So you did help me after all.

    I can now switch off my laptop and let it cool down occasionally!!

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    Re: Lubuntu on Fujitsu Amilo laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by ixusubunt View Post
    Hey amjjawad, I found the solution on the networking forum as you recommended!

    See my post here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...0#post11244780

    So you did help me after all.

    I can now switch off my laptop and let it cool down occasionally!!
    Hey, glad to know that, well done
    I wish I could have done more for you but my knowledge and experience still limited

    Good luck and enjoy using Lubuntu, it's super fast

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