I have just upgraded my Lenovo N500 and Dell Latitude D600 both dual
booting with WinVista but failed to upgrade the Dell Latitude D610 due
to absence of graphics driver in Jaunty and I didn't want to
I got no problem with wireless detection and configuration. Its all
easy and there is almost nothing much that the user needs to do except
provide WEP/WAP keys where these are required. Sure, non-tech users can
very easily work with wireless connections in Jaunty and even Intrepid.
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 13:24:13 +0200
Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all,
>> Has anyone played around with 9.04 Beta/Release candidate?
> Specifically, I'd like to find out if wireless network management and
> software has improved
> in Jaunty over Heron or Intrepid. Is Wireless management easy enough
> for most non-technical people to configure now?
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