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OK i have this friend that tells me ubuntu is better so i install ubuntu in my laptop and now i cant use my wireless Internet anyone can tell me why and how can i install my wireless Internet back? I'll really appreciated. thanks. himesama22
Distribution: Ubuntu Intrepid and Meerkat, formerly used Debian 3.1 (Sarge) with Gnome Desktop
You should try and install "madwifi". I think that will resolve the problem.
To install "madwifi", do the following:
Click Synaptic Package Manager
Click once anywhere in the large list to the right, and then type madwifi
Right click madwifi-tools and select Mark for installation.
This will cause madwifi to install. From there, your Atheros wifi card might work.