How to get wireless going in Ubuntu 10.10 fork.

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  1. Searching_ _ _

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    I'm trying to get wireless networking going in GnackTrack. The distro uses Wifi Radar. It's based on Ubuntu 10.10 and the kernel is 2.6.35-24.

    I tried to use /etc/init.d/networking start but states to use "networking start" instead. Typing the recomendations didn't work either. I tried Services and that doesn't function. I wrote the distro creator and haven't received an answer. There is no forum to ask questions and I don't IRC or mail list.

    Does anybody have a suggestion that would get it going?
     
  2. Judge Dee

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    Unfortunately, I can't solve your issues.
    But here are the GnackTrack Forums, and in the "Bugs and Faults" section, you'll see several people with unsolved wireless issues.
     
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    Unfortunately that site isn't official and it's not free. ;)
     
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