Anyone tested the latest 11.04 to see if it's working ?
OR : does someone have a fix to make the pen work on JoliCloud OS ?
Anybody know if the wireless card in the TC1100 works with WPA in linux? I have a TC1100 and a TC1000, and the wireless works with WPA in Windows on both. However, the wireless on the TC1000 doesn't seem to work with WPA in linux, a driver issue. I'm asking because I'm keeping the TC1100 with Windows installed on it, but I'm putting Ubuntu 9.10 Netbook on the TC1000, and if the WPA works with the different model wireless card that's in the TC1100, I'll order one for the TC1000. (Confusing enough?)
Edit: Guess I could just USB boot the TC1100 and see if the WPA works. Answers are still very welcome, though.
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The wireless card that came with my TC1000 would not do WPA with Windows XP either! My TC1100 has an Atheros card which does work with WPA.
Ok a little help please.
I just installed 10.04 yesterday. Originally it was working ok, but no wireless network. Now it has no network at all! only changes I did were to install GOK, Device manager, and KPackageKit.
can someone help please.
I also want to get rid of the password on wake up feature. hard to use when you don't have a keyboard attached :-/
http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...&postcount=453 and maybe a few messages in the thread before it.
To get rid of the password, uncheck "Lock screen when screensaver is active" in screensaver preferences.
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I have the intelpro wireless from the factory (AFAIK).
I'm still baffled as to why I lost my hardwire connection. Though wireless is the one I really need.
Looks like the screen saver lock worked.
Last edited by internetauto; March 22nd, 2011 at 12:31 AM.