Bus Device None of the other broadcom chipset drivers that I attempted worked for me either. If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! Just starting out and have a question? You probably don’t need to worry about that, we’ll give you detailed instructions once we know more about your wireless adapter.
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I have found a bit more info. Some companies just don’t care.
So, if you need a Wireless adapter for Linux, the AE is not the one for you. I am looking for a distro that will support a Linksys AE wireless network adapter usb with little configuration, because I am a knob. So probably lubuntu with openbox. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related ae120. Thank you for your interest in this question.
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I have a AE N as well but have not got it to work on linux. I just thought having the latest kernel would just fix liksys problem by the way this is default kernel with Ubuntu Exact info about this device is at URL: Email Required, but never shown. You should be able to test if this is needed if upon boot, the LED on your wireless card is not lit. Lukashka 2 liinux.
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Join Date Mar Beans When I type in my password the installation fails. I’m running Linkyss May 1st, 5. No Linux driver so I was going to go down the ndiswrapper route and then got the bug reported in But I need a solution for Ubuntu. So what is your favorite distribution?
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The chipset should be a Broadcom chipset and there is new information at: Find the section that looks like this:. Ubuntu is running without any issue. My box is running KDE64 fully updated yesterday with 3.
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The solution So, a search of here and Ubuntuforums yielded this link: I like ubuntu but it’s really thick. Just a thought; the Linksys AE uses a Raylink chipset rather than a Broadcom chipset and is pretty much plug and play in Linux with any modern kernel.
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