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Wireless Networks: wireless is disabled This indicates that no wireless network interface is available. This could be either because you're missing the appropriate driver, or because the wifi is disabled. Linux kernel 2.6.31 is from 2009, so it's possible that your driver is too old for this chip. The Arch Wiki lists 2.6.27 as the minimum kernel ...



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