GIGABYTE GN-WP01GS LINUX DRIVER
Results 1 to 15 of 37 Thread: Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: It goes completely dead and you need a cold boot. Try running the commands one at a time I did not try to install multiple distros at once Here are some details:
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I’m using this wireless card: The driver is kind of buggy and I had to re-run the script a few times before the card would work.
I did not try to install multiple distros at once Here are some details: I’m totally loving it except for the following issue. Hm I’ll try this. I’m a computer tech that’s new gnn-wp01gs Linux.
What arguments did you use with iwconfig? This is the OS I’m currently running.
I can’t even detect the wireless network?? Under the networking gui, i think it only holds 13 characters. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. Bn-wp01gs for the help Visit the following links: Having trouble installing a piece of hardware? Try running the commands one at a time I’m using a fresh install of Ubunto 6.
Gigabyte GN-WBZB-M Wireless Adapter Ubuntu – Questions (with Pictures) – Fixya
You may have to register before you can post: Tags gigabytenetworkrt61wifiwireless Thread Tools. It goes completely dead vn-wp01gs you need a cold boot.
The internet was usable for a while but the system would crash randomly, within hours but sometimes sooner. Module rt61 not found.
Slow preformance without wifi card in system. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration.
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Networking Gigabyte Wireless card setup?? Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. BB code is On. Incidentally I read on another forum that some RT61 cards crash this system if you lose the wireless signal. Use -f to force conversion. Check the Help Files, then come here to ask!
I did the instructions just like they said Last edited by swedishfrog; at