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StarKillerII

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    Netgear WNA1100 not working with Ubuntu 10.10?
    I've recently installed 10.10 onto my desktop and have it connected to my modem via Ethernet cable. I could not find any drivers in the software center or the Synaptic Package Manager. In the Terminal I inputted [b]~$ lsusb[/b] and I see that it reads it as a Netgear product, but I don't know how to install drivers/a package so that I may connect to the modem via wireless antenna. in the Terminal this is displayed for the Netgear antenna: [b] Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0846:9030 NetGear, Inc. [/b] Any Suggestions, or anyone with the same problem and a solution? Much obliged.
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    I've recently installed 10.10 onto my desktop and have it connected to my modem via Ethernet cable. I could not find any drivers in the software center or the Synaptic Package Manager. In the Terminal I inputted ~$ lsusb and I see that it reads it as a Netgear product, but I don't know how to install drivers/a package so that I may connect to the modem via wireless antenna. in the Terminal this is displayed for the Netgear antenna: Bus 001 Device 010: ID 0846:9030 NetGear, Inc. Any Suggestions, or anyone with the same problem and a solution? Much obliged.

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