Well I finally got ubuntu working with my wireless.
After another reboot and not using my docking station, the ethernet port starting working. I was able to using apt-get to pull down a new version of ndiswrapper. Then I had to download the driver from dell. I found a forum post on how to put those two items together to get the wireless working and the new version of network manager supports WPA.
I also had to download a special driver for my nvidia card to enable 3D.
I feel good that I got it working, but going through all this trouble just doesn’t cut it as an option for the enterprise. Also now what? so I have linux installed, ok. Why is it better than windows.
I feel geeker, but ready to boot back into windows because that is where all my applications live.
Even if I could take the time to find simliar applications that work in linux, why?
Anyone got any ideas for cool stuff todo in linux?
let me know
Here are some helpful post on setting up delegation on print servers, this includes some powershell scripts to help.