[SciPy-user] ubuntu feisty?
Thu Apr 19 11:09:48 CDT 2007
Thanks Fernando, Gary, and Andrew. It is OT and I moved conversations
with Gary and Andrew off list. But, as usual, people on this list
know a lot about computers and are much more helpful than folks other
places. That is why I post my general Python questions here and not
on the main python list. I usually have good luck with ubuntuforums,
but my wireless Edgy problems are still unresolved. If the
suggestions of Gary and Fernando actually get my wireless working
consistently in Ubuntu Edgy, I may be tempted to post my Ubuntu
questions here as well. Just kidding. But I might start a mailing
list for Scipy+Ubuntu people.
On 4/19/07, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 4/19/07, Gary Pajer <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Edgy doesn't play well with some wireless systems for some reason. I
> > had problems on my Thinkpad with the Intel Pro Wireless 2100 adapter
> > and the linux ipw2100 driver.
> This is OT, but in case it saves others time, here goes.
> After trying lots of different things, finally I settled on
> sudo wlassistant
> as my wifi connection tool. It's the only one of all the half-working
> tools shipped in Edgy that so far has reliably, 100% of the time, been
> able to find any available wireless networks and connect to them.
> Just apt-get it if you don't have it installed, it's a KDE tool so it
> may pull in some dependencies for you if you don't have the KDE libs
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