I can see it in lshw and iwconfig. These steps are nice and easy. Note that they won’t appear instantly. More Print this page Share this page. When Ubuntu returns to service you should now have wireless working fine.
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I’m working on my amilo Li now, and since ubuntu 9.
I am using a but followed this guide when on Jaunty and it worked perfectly. No need to enable it using the keyboard shortcut. Wireless on a Fujitsu Siemens Wirelesss notebook.
Now I only have to figure out how to use it correctley It’s worth a thousand words. Restarted, no Wireless LED and wireless not working at all.
[Li] Solution – AutoStart wireless on login – Fujitsu Support Forum
Have you tried using this quide for 9. Module acerhk not found. Sleep It would be better that you restart the system after doing that. When Ubuntu returns to service you should now have wireless working fine.
I already had ath5k via backports, but was struggling to activate the card – I am a happy man!
Wireless adapter Fujitsu siemens amilo Li 272 [Closed]
I’ve just installed Your answer needs to include more details to help people. No compiling modules, as the other older guides suggest.
This worked for me on intrepid until there was a kernel update, now I’m using Jaunty and have followed the guide again and after rebooting the wireless led is on but ubuntu shows no wireless devices.
Sometimes I’m using wired connection To turn off the wifi, you should be able to type the following: Do i need to find a way to install “acerhk” again and then use the same method to get wireless to work?
This driver will give access to the special keys which are not handled by the keyboard driver. Is there another way to turn on wifi.
You may find that this, although for theworks for you: Ive tried it and it works a dream Instructions can be found here http: I tried several guides, and had several problem. Worked for me Amilo Li on intrepid. Before I tried this guide it could see the wireless card but it never worked and the led was never on any suggestions?
If using Jaunty 9. This should work for all the annoying notebooks in the Fujitsu Siemens range that require a special software switch to activate wifi, although it’s only tested on an Li notebook.
[all variants] How To: Wireless on a Fujitsu Siemens Li notebook [Archive] – Ubuntu Forums
What wirelees i do to get wireless back working? Helpful 3 Not Helpful Flag. You can try this solution: Please enter a valid email address. I have the ath5k module inserted too, the wireless device is properly detected.
I guess it’s the source code for it, but I dont know exacly how to create the kernel module from it. Many thanks from the two of us. This was by far the easiest and worked perfectly.