Wifix: Simplify Wireless Card Detection and Driver installation Under Linux Ubuntu

Wifix: Simplify Wireless Card Detection and Driver installation Under Linux UbuntuWiFix is an application aimed simplify wireless card detection and driver installation on linux by downloading to a computer then compile and install the wireless driver that is suitable for the wireless card users.

WiFix still in alpha version. Although Wifix built  for Linux in general (with Debian/Ubuntu support first) and cross-distro support following, and potential expansion to cover other platforms, such as BSD, OpenSolaris or even ReactOS/MS Windows, potentially using the same database tables. For example, archives used for installing NDIS-based drivers can work on many operating systems.

How to install Wifix 0.3 Alpha under Ubuntu 11.04/11.10

To install Wifix 0.3 Alpha under Ubuntu 11.04/11.10, run command below on your terminal:

Download Wifix 0.3 Alpha from launchpad

wget http://launchpad.net/wifix/trunk/ver0.3/+download/wifix-0.3.tar.gz

make directory wifix in the user directory, Extract and run Wifix 0.3 Alpha

mkdir /home/usr/wifix 

Move archieve wifix-0.3.tar.gz to folder wifix

mv wifix-0.3.tar.gz /home/user/wifix

Extract and run Wifix 0.3 Alpha

tar -zxvf wifix-0.3.tar.gz 
python wifix.py 

Follow setup instructions..

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