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Hi,

I need some help in setting up wifi in Ubuntu.
Do you have any help documentation.

Thanks
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There are a few more steps than Windows so it is easiest just to work through the Ubuntu steps

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WiFiHowTo
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If the WLAN NIC isn't a very unusual model, it is usually automatically detected and all you need to do is select the SSID of the Access Point you are connecting to, along with the pre-shared key.
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Thanks John. I am able to fix with this help doc
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Thanks. I am glad you got Wi-Fi going and I was happy to help.
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