My computer has Wi-Fi and runs Ubuntu 13.04.  How do I get wireless to work?

Posted on 2013-09-04
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Windows will run wirelessly where I am.  How do I get Ubuntu 13.04 to do it?
Question by:dwcronin

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arroryn earned 2000 total points
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Click on network icon (on top bar of ubuntu ) then select network settings .

Now you can choose wireless option from your network manager.

And if there is problem in enabling your Wifi use following command (without quotes):

"sudo rfkill unblock all"

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