Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. When I do a “ifconfig” on the shell, it only lists the usual interfaces eth0 and lo , no wlan0 or wifi0 interface. I’ve read somewhere in this forum that between 9. Heck, that thing was questionable in Vista: Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.
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After that, Ubuntu must have changed its wireless drivers which is why my adapter isn’t recognized anymore. This site in other languages x. I personally like 3crusb2075 equipment. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Problem with 3Com OfficeConnect Wireless LAN USB adapter I installed wcid and it still didn’t work anyways, the wlan0 interface doesn’t even exist, so using wcid which is just a front end is no solution.
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You might try downloading and installing the latest driver finding it on 3COMs support site was a disaster for me – but I don’t want to use ndiswrapper more, it simply doesn’t work I have already done troubleshooting according to the stickied forum postand I guess it would work by installing the old 9. If this is correct, how can I install the old ones, or install other ones supporting this card?
Then I looked into using ndiswrapper with the drivers that came with the wireless stick CD, which I don’t know if they work well with Windows, since on Windows it works out of 77 box I plug the adapter in, and Windows automatically recognizes it like what happened with previous versions of Ubuntu.
Thanks windoes marking this as the answer. It has gone a lot of time since I posted this and now I run Ubuntu As I think I already said, this adapter worked well in Ubuntu until version 9.
Not having Wireless connection is a big pain for me, because although my internet doesn’t come by wifi no more, I have a lot of devices connected through my wireless network including my TV, which has DLNA for media sharing and it just irritates me that our Windows 7 laptop sends files to the TV and the TV browses the files of the PC flawlessly while I can’t even connect to my home network on my Ubuntu desktop which BTW has a much bigger media collection.
There’s aindows wlan interface wlan0, wlan1, etc.
So if you go to the hardware manufacturer’s web site or contact them in some other way and they do not provide drivers or support for a given device in a given OS – then you have a few choices. 3crub20075 1 to 7 of 7.
3Com OfficeConnect 3CRUSB20075
Did this solve your problem? September 6th, 1.
The time now is I tried loading rWindows drivers through ndiswrapper, and although it does detect when the hardware is present or not, for the network manager it’s like there is no hardware. Shenan Stanley Replied on September 11, I’ve read somewhere in this forum that between 9.
I simply plug in the card, and instead of having the wireless networks listed on the network applet, it simply doesn’t even show the section of “Wireless Networks”.
September 6th, 3. I suggest something from a company that mainly makes networking components. February 13th, 7. Sorry this didn’t help.
You can try to make it work through ’round-about’ means, you can not use that OS, you can replace the device with something non-legacy, you can try a previous OSes drivers. I wouldn’t mind buying a new antenna if I was sure if came with source code or Ubuntu supported it out-of-the boxbut having two of these antennas laying around How satisfied are you with this reply? I’ll look into using wcid or ndis, finding the Windows drivers will be easy hopefully because I still have the CD that came with the adapter with the drivers, manual and etc.
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