As the subject states, I currently bought a TP-Link Wireless N Nano USB Adapter Model No. TL-WN725N and I assume that every TP-Link product works on any Ubuntu OS not knowing that this new product would not work on my Ubuntu 12.04. Any suggestions on how to make this thing work? Because I have older models of TP-Link’s wireless USB Adapter that works out of the box, but not this one.
BTW, I’m a newly hired I.T. here in our office and a much more familiar with Windows ecosystem, but my boss wants us to use Ubuntu as our desktop OS and would like to ask help on migrating from Windows XP and 7 to Ubuntu (12.10 to be specific) specially on network issues because I’m really having a hard time figuring out how to view network on Ubuntu using a Windows desktop, I know this is not the right post to say this but I will be glad to here response regarding my issues from you guys. I will post another thread regarding my issue.
Thanks for a very quick response regarding my issue. You instructions are very well explained and I manage to make Windows desktop see the Ubuntu network. Now my problem is whenever I try to print a document on an HP printer (HP LaserJet P2035) or dotmatrix printers like EPSON FX-2175 or LX-300 using Ubuntu it always ask me for authentication or keyring password. BTW, the printer was installed using Windows Printer via Samba since the printer is currently connected to a Windows OS and was shared through network.
I appreciate all your efforts, thanks and more power!
The Ubuntu ones are asking for Authentication, I have no problem in Windows printer sharing. I also try making some changes on the windows homegroup options which is to share file and printer to everyone. Sorry for being a noob, I’ts just that I’m not familiar with this OS but I’m willing and eager to learn.