English Edit question Status: The Dell Latitude was delivered in two configurations: November 6, at 7: May 20, at 5: April 30, at 2: Gooderham 26 1 1 4. March 27, at 6:
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I don’t see a model number in that output. It finds nothing, and when I specify my network, it doesnt delp. I vote with my wallet and only buy hardware that mentions Linux somewhere on the box in the sense of support whenever possible.
Debian testing installed with no real issues, other than teething problems with wireless debatably due to the university’s odd configuration of their wireless modems, rather than debian.
For details on how to actually install and configure the required modules have a look at our guides section uguntu distribution specific instructions. Any help would be awesome!
Could not connect to a wep network lspci: The Dell Latitude was delivered in two configurations: I see a couple other Questions requarding this specific model and none seem to have a solution Somebody around could guide me to find a specific kernel config file to build my custom kernel?
I’m going back to my own. This should allow you to download and install the proprietary drivers that are needed for some Broadcom cards to run.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Pinging the gateway is not working, too. September 13, at Sometimes WIFI works, sometimes not.
Wireless wont show up on Dell Latitude D, I am New to LUBUNTU and never used Linux – Ask Ubuntu
December 24, at Subscribe to get the latest Linux news and how to guides directly on your e-mail! July 21, at 8: Failing ububtu change it properly could cause X to crash at startup, leaving you with no graphical environment.
Paste that info here. March 28, at Hi, I tried this with a Dell Inspiron m and my wireless now works but my ethernet no longer works. Very smooth Everything works out of box.
Wifi on a Dell Latitude D620
I’ve perused various sources trying to find an answer, but no such luck. Laptop hardware can be difficult to get properly configured. Hello, I am trying Kubuntu 10 and seems to make strange things.
lqtitude Thanks to khadgaray for adding this: You can install relevant drivers by connecting to the internt via a wired connection, opening Terminal and running this command there: Have you got a network cable plugged in? If it’s broadcom check this link https: December 11, wireleds 9: Unknown device 01d7 rev a1 GNOME still clean and hoping updates additional drivers would show up but nope My Ethernet was not working so I had to download the Linux Firmware nonfree drivers from packages.