November 8th, 3. November 8th, 6. Your usb port also has to be fast. That very well could have worked with my Unetbootin-created bootable USB stick. Linux – Networking This forum is for any issue related to networks or networking.
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The Ruby script I use to do this is pretty ugly, but I really should release it on Github anyway. I started working on a version that is much more class-based as in object-orientedbut that project stalled out a bit.
That didn’t seem to work, though I had enough trouble getting the display to work that the problem could very well lie elsewhere. Original entry begins here: By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced adater, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
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If you need to reset your password, click here. I have dual systems, and everything is fast and fine on Windows, but when it comes to Linux – internet is much, much slower.
[ubuntu] Wireless problems with atheros AR Wireless Network Adapter.
November ubujtu, 1. Then, when I run ipconfig this is what I get: The time now is I am really confused. Let me give you some info about my configuration.
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I networrk the identical device, and no speed problems. I hope anyone can help me solve this, I’ve searched a lot and found no solution.
Atheros 802.11n PCI/PCI-E devices (ath9k)
I understand their business model, but this is small potatoes, and if I can get it for free, I will. Another thing to consider that wifi is I tried to switch to a virtual terminal with ctrl-alt-F2and eventually hit all the ctrl-alt-number combinations, after which ctrl-alt-F7 got me the graphical desktop. Are you new to LinuxQuestions.