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A clear pointer to the problem and the fix would be greatly appreciated.
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Bug # “iwl unusable: packet loss, slow network” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Sending my script, a bit more complex then ifconfig not sure it is better. The kernel image is not yet in intrepid-proposed.
Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Proofread carefully, save and close the text editor. If I shut down or suspend, I think with an enabled killswitch, then boot or resumeI cannot get my wifi to work until I reboot with the killswitch disabled. Even after a reboot, the wifi antenna remains offline.
I’m running Toshiba Satelite A, featuring intel Wireless can’t be activated after disabling kill switch Nominated for Lucid by geek. I’ll continue to play with it later today and if the improbable happens, and something goes wrong, I’ll be back complaining.
Lastly, to keep this issue relevant to upstream, please continue to test the latest mainline kernel as it becomes available.
Any chance this can get into the next release for Hardy, or if someone could point me to a patch I could manually apply just for this? Motin motin wrote on Adrian ruewan wrote on I am on Jaunty yes.
Ubuntu – Package Contents Search Results — iwl
I could be wrong, but I don’t think this is working properly for me in jaunty beta. No idea if that kernel is related to the original problem or not. Since this is such an old bug, I am posting here, though can make a new bug if someone thinks uwl4965 case has to be handled separately.
I did notice that when the wifi is turned off, my wavelan panel says the device is there, while if the problem isn’t happening that is, on the other kernel and driver it says the interface is not available. You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. Michael Kiermaier michael-kiermaier wrote on However using latest firmware doesn’t fix the problem for me or any firmware for that matter.
What exactly happens when you try to connect to your network?
Intel PRO/Wireless 3945 and WiFi Link 4965 devices
All it needs is manual device activation of wlan0 device, just like Aram Yegenian wrote before me. It only polls for the device if it’s turned on.
This happens whether the kill switch is enabled when booting or disabled when booting and then enabled later. Yesterday I had found the solution.
Neither linix latest kernel version supplied in the last comment nor using this version of network-manager 0. I believe the problems with Hardy are related to the network-manager applet in gnome, so it would make sense that things would work in Xubuntu. Michael Kiermaier, to clarify: Please open a terminal and do:. This is with linux-image- 2.