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I installed Ubuntu 13.04 and have been experiencing lossy WiFi connections. This seems to only be an issue when I am at school. We use WPA2 Enterprise with PEAP enabled and MSCHAPv2 to connect to the network. We do not use certificates and I have already found a bug with that. (Had to remove a line 20 from the profile in network manager. "certificate=true") My question is, how do I keep from getting booted every 15 minutes or so? At home I can stay connected for hours it seems and on Windows 7 Enterprise x64 I had no issues. Googling this issue seems to bring up similar issues and one solution has been to use WICD but I have tried that and I could not successfully use that app due to a weird password error issue.

Here is my WiFi card:

Realtek RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n

I need to be able to access WiFi while on campus due to the fact that there is no way for me to utilize ethernet connections.

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