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A majority of connection settings can be changed from within the <guilabel>Network Settings</guilabel> section of System Settings. To access the Network Settings, go to <menuchoice><guimenu>Kickoff Application Launcher</guimenu><guimenuitem>System Settings</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and then select <guilabel>Network Settings</guilabel> at the lower left of the window.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:79(para)
<application>NdisWrapper</application> is considered the wireless fix-all for Linux. A great percentage of wireless adapters that are not supported natively or with other utilities are supported with <application>NdisWrapper</application>. Install <application>ndiswrapper</application> by using <application>Software Management</application>. If you are uncomfortable with installation practices then it is advised that you review the <ulink url="help:/kubuntu/add-applications/">Adding Applications</ulink> document.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:522(para)
Now that you have the driver files extracted, navigate with <application>Konsole</application> to the directory with the driver files. Next you will use the <application>bcm43xx-fwcutter</application> utility to install the drivers. To do so, at the prompt type <userinput>sudo bcm43xx-fwcutter -w /lib/firmware/$(uname -r) bcwl5.sys</userinput>. You may receive a couple of warnings which are nothing to worry about. If it didn't work, it will provide an error that states either driver isn't supported or the driver is to old. If this is the case, you would repeat this step using one of the drivers from the list in the <filename>README.gz</filename> file shown above. If you continue to have issues, connect to the Internet with another source and review the following sites: <placeholder-1/> If you continue to have issues with loading the drivers, then you may need to use the <application>NdisWrapper</application> utility.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:618(para)
Now if you went through the driver installation without any major errors or issues, the next step would be to load the new module you created in the previous step. At the command line type <userinput>sudo modprobe bcm43xx</userinput> and press <keycap>Enter</keycap>. To see if the module loaded and is working, at the prompt type <userinput>iwconfig</userinput> and press <keycap>Enter</keycap>. If it works it should return the name of the interface as <acronym>ethX</acronym> where X is the number of the device. In most cases it may be <acronym>eth1</acronym> if you have a <acronym>CAT-5</acronym> Ethernet device already installed and configured. Also to test and see if your device can scan, at the command prompt type <userinput>sudo iwlist ethX scan</userinput> and press <keycap>Enter</keycap>. Don't worry if it reports <emphasis>no networks found</emphasis> as your connection may still be working. Test and see if you can connect to your network and the Internet. If everything has worked then you will want to add the module so it will load at boot. To do so, at the command prompt type <userinput>sudo sh -c "echo bcm43xx &gt;&gt; /etc/modules"</userinput> and press <keycap>Enter</keycap>.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:638(para)
To start your <acronym>ADSL</acronym> connection on demand type <userinput>pon dsl-provider</userinput> and press <keycap>Enter</keycap>.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:753(para)
Winmodems are not modems website that contains a very broad database of Winmodem support. Use this to further verify support for your modem, or research the list first before trying to install a device that may not be supported.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:873(para)
At the command prompt, type <userinput>sudo wvdialconf /etc/wvdial.conf</userinput> and then press <keycap>Enter</keycap>.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:943(para)
After opening the <filename>wvdial.conf</filename>, insert your <acronym>ISP</acronym> information where needed. Other options may be needed in order to get your Winmodem to work correctly. This information is either available on the <ulink url="">Linmodems</ulink> website, or if you sent an email to their mailing-list, the information they provided to aide you in your setup. You can also type <userinput>man wvdial.conf</userinput> at the command prompt for further information.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:981(para)
At the command line, try to dial out by typing <userinput>sudo wvdial</userinput> and pressing <keycap>Enter</keycap>.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:999(para)
To connect to the SAMBA shares, acess them from <application>Kickoff Application Launcher</application> icon will allow you to navigate to <guilabel>Computer</guilabel><guisubmenu>Network</guisubmenu>. Once you have navigated to there, you will be able to access <guilabel>Samba Shares</guilabel>.
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Located in network/C/network.xml:1095(para)
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