I just got through installing Ubuntu 12.04. FYI it works a lot better out of the box than Ubuntu 11.10. When I attempt to open Mozilla it tells me that the server can't be found. I then click on System Settings, Network, turn the wired adapter "OFF" then "ON" and Mozilla works. I can surf the net.
I have an Intel D845EPI/D845GVSR (both number are on the board) Motherboard. I went to Intels website and downloaded the Red Hat 9.0 Linux drivers. I unzipped them, they were ".GZ" files. I "chmod +x" the ".sh" file. I then "sudo ./filename".
The routine errors:
Intel(r) Desktop Board Installer.
Starting installer, please wait...
tail: cannot open `+72' for reading: No such file or directory
gzip: stdin: not in gzip format
tar: Child returned status 1
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
./intel-100LAN-2.3.27.sh: 57: ./intel-100LAN-2.3.27.sh: ./install.sh: not found
Does anyone have any idea why I have to turn off then back on the wired adapter?
Does anyone have any idean about how to install the intel driver?
When working the wired adapter works flawlessly. The Ubuntu 12.04 printer routine went out and found my Windows Shared printers, something Ubuntu 11.10 would not do.
I was able to share files and folders between Windows and Ubuntu flawlessly, something Ubuntu 11.10 would not do.
There are no issues surfing the net or downloading files