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problem in connecting to wireless network

 
Krishna Acharya
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Hi all,
I have installed Ubuntu in my MacBook. I wanted to connect to wireless internet but I could not see "wireless connection" in System>administrator>network. Instead I could only see "wired connection" and "modem connection" only. How can I connect to wireless internet.
Your answer would be valuable for me. Thanks in advance...
 
Jesper de Jong
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Which brand/model of WiFi adapter does your MacBook have? You need to check first if Ubuntu recognises the WiFi adapter.

Have a look at http://ubuntuforums.org/ - there you can probably find more answers.

Also look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook as I suggested in your other topic. There's some information there about wireless networking with Ubuntu on a MacBook.
 
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