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Linux users answer the call: Ubuntu wireless-adapter glitch resolved

So let me start by saying “Thank you” to all the Linux users who responded to last Friday's post on my travails trying to get Ubuntu 7.10, or “Gutsy Gibbon,” to recognize my Linksys WPC300N wireless adapter.
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The first suggestions I tried were the ones that didn't entail installing a new app, though ultimately a free download was the fastest and simplest solution. I started by disabling remote mode, as recommended by “argraff.” Unfortunately, the adapter stayed silent. “PasterEdB” advised me to add a command to my kernel boot-up options. This might have worked, if I wasn't such a Linux “noob” that I couldn't find the options in question (yes, I'd appreciate someone instructing me how to do so, and thank you in advance).

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