First of all, the installation of firmware-binstaller is inconsequential. But it would be nice to have this fix propagated to Hardy 8. Tim Gardner timg-tpi on When I turned the switch off wifi on , the status didn’t change. Intel Corporation Device [ This behavior started maybe 2 or 3 months ago.
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Bug # “iwl unusable: packet loss, slow network” : Bugs : linux package : Ubuntu
Works perfectly now on my Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pi laptop. To post a comment you must log in. I’m suffering this problem but just with kernel 2. This should bring up the status led and after some seconds all available networks. Forget it, linuxx ridiculous, the hardware wifi switch was off and the driver does the right thing: We were wondering lijux this is still an issue?
If so, could you please test for this with the latest development release of Ubuntu?
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_IWL Intel Wireless WiFi AGN
I did some further testing to find out why it worked for me yesterday. Matt Zimmerman mdz wrote on If there haven’t been any changes to hal from 2. I’m suffering the same fate: It is most helpful that after testing of the iwl4695 upstream kernel is complete, you mark this report Status Confirmed.
Mary Gardiner puzzlement wrote on This information was last pulled 1 hour ago. CVE References PaulK pkeser wrote on Also, you don’t need to apport-collect further unless specifically requested to do so. Results of all in one can be found at paste.
I got clever and took a chance walking through posting a duplicate wireless question, I found the script language via the links as I did with my original question. Sasquatch sasquatch wrote on There are one of linnux ways you should be able to test: Thespian jesse-mundis wrote on This may be a separate bug in NM, I’ll recheck that behaviour when this one is fixed.
Second, lonux the settings in the router. Bug Watch Updater bug-watch-updater on I think this is fixed for most people, and this bug has many duplicates.
We don’t know much about why the wireless will not connect. Jurjen’s solution also works for me, but it is quite annoying.
What happens when you attempt to connect to your own network where the password is known? Since this is such an old bug, I am posting here, though can make a new bug if someone thinks each case has to be handled separately.
In order to allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue, at your earliest convenience, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available from http: ISO images lihux available from http: This is still an issue with 2.
The Ubuntu Kernel Team is planning to move to the 2.
ClaudioRJ cmirandarj wrote on When removing iwlwifi, first remove the iwl? I’ve done some testing.