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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting to windows wirless network

    You said I must get the output lshw -C network

    If I type ifconfig > output.txt it does not do anything.:confused:
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting to windows wirless network

    Geez, windows seems stupid. I cant open a simple linux text file in windows.

    How can I copy the terminals output to a text document that will open in windows ?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting to windows wirless network

    @dandnsmith - im trying to connect to the modem which acts as a wireless router, if im not mistaken, to access the internet. I heard about Feisty Network manager, will this help to solve the problem...
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    [ubuntu] Connecting to windows wirless network

    I have Ubuntu 8.04 loaded on my Acer Aspire 3623WXCi laptop. How do I manually connect to a wireless network that is available? Isnt there a way that Ubuntu can automatically detect the network...
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    [ubuntu] Connect to existing wireless network

    How do I do this from my laptop so I could use the internet. This situation actually paralyzes Ubuntu for me. I checked if my laptop was tested by the Ubuntu community but the specific model is not...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Connecting to wireless network

    Well thanx for the reply & jacking, made me feel right @ home:wink: I'm still getting used to the Ubuntu environment, so excuse if i run my mouth in an otherwise direction. anyway

    To clear out...
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    [ubuntu] Connecting to wireless network

    I've installed Ubuntu 8.04 LTS on my HP desktop on a second partition. I have a wireless PCI card that I use to connect to the internet via a modem when running in windows. Do I have to manually...
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