I don't think this is a huge problem because it seemed to be an easy fix for Ubuntu 11 and 12 so now I'm using 13.03 and cannot find a solution to my Wi-Fi problem.
My lap-top can find all the wireless networks in the area but it cannot connect to them at all. In Ubuntu 12 I used this script to connect to the wireless networks and it worked perfectly fine. I set it up so that whenever I started up Ubuntu this script would run allowing the Wi-Fi card to connect to the desired network:
echo "Type root password to enable wireless." sudo modprobe -r iwlagn sudo modprobe iwlagn bt_coex_active=0 echo off
Now whenever I try to run that script this is what I get (I removed the
echo off part of the script to get the output):
$ bash wifion.sh Type root password to enable wireless. [sudo] password for max: FATAL: Module iwlagn not found. FATAL: Module iwlagn not found.
If you need any extra information please let me know and I will try to post that as well.
Thanks Max Kulik