Hello, I'm a newbie to Linux and I am having issues with my wireless USB network adapter (Mini USB 2.0 / 1.1 Wireless WiFi N LAN Adapter IEEE 802.11n 802.11g 802.11b - 943MiUSBMiF320). I am running Ubuntu 12.04 There was initially an issue with the driver. I managed to find a script that will compile and install the correct driver. I saved it as mwdinstall.sh and originally ran it using sudo bash mwdinstall.sh. I was told that it needs to be reinstalled after any kernel upgrade. The kernel has now updated, but for some reason I cannot perform the command. When I tried, I was told to rename the same file cat mwdinstall.sh. If I click on the icon (Gnome Desktop), I get an option that allows me to run in the terminal. It works, however I must run it each time I restart or I lose connectivity. This was not the case when I first got it to work. I am guessing this is do to the fact that I cannot run the 'sudo bash' command in the terminal.