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Or do I have to add them to some boot. Install the driver package: Load the module using either the insmod or modprobe command: Features now available in supported kernels: Intel LM ee driver problem I’m relieved to read that it has been proved to be possible to get i2x/x825xx wireless run on LM, but I wasn’t able to reproduce the trick on my laptop.
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Prerequisites Red Hat based platforms: Intel LM ee driver problem Very happy to help! In that case you don’t need to do anything. I have searched the internet and ubuntu forums for a solution but I couldn’t find anything useful.
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Ethernet card not recognized by Redhat Enterprise Linux 5
These drivers are only supported as a loadable module. It looks like you’re trying to install the ethernet drivers, not the wireless drivers, can you confirm which set you are trying to install?
You say you can’t connect to your wireless router, it’s unclear if you’re trying to connect wired or wirelessly, especially since ubuntu comes with an e driver already so downloading and compiling the driver is unnecessary. Alternatively, you can use ethtool version 1.
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Sign up using Facebook. Anyways, the steps worked for me and I have established a connection with my router, I just need to know if I need to do additional steps to keep the driver permanently etc. Note that for 2. Ubuntu provides update of kernels for stability and security.
Intel LM ee driver problem. I have a similar ethernet card i2xx/825x my Dell, and the drivers existed in So if the core changes all drivers must be compatible with it.
Right, those are for the ethernet wired adapter, not the wireless.