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This is a bug for sure. Bug has been filed at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager/+bug/1574347


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I was having the same problem. I fixed the suspend wake issue by creating this script at /etc/systemd/system/wifi-resume.service (the one the OP posted only worked for the active session; on reboot it had to be called again): #/etc/systemd/system/wifi-resume.service #sudo systemctl enable wifi-resume.service [Unit] Description=Restart networkmanager at ...


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I have the exact same problem. After waking from sleep, wifi still works but networks not showing. I solve the problem by restarting the network manager. sudo service network-manager restart Still very annoying. I hope they fix this issue soon.


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Don't know if this is a solution for other people, but if you have a mouse or something on an usb port: change the port. I had a similiar problem: fresh install 16.04 ubuntu mate 64, not even one other thing installed and it took my pc nearly two or three minutes to shutdown and after that it immediately rebooted. No problems on Win7. I couldn't find a ...


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i had this problem once with a hp probook 840 or something of the sort. try disabling "wake on lan" or "wake on wlan" in bios.


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Additional info: I have the same exact problem as OP describes, but only the problem where the nm-applet icon changes to arrows and does not display wifi info. The wifi still works when this happens. $ killall nm-applet && nm-applet & Does the trick for getting the icon to display again, so it's just a workaround for now in case someone wants ...


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If you want to either autostart or cancel autostart for any given app upon login, You can: A) go to the Dash, and open "Startup Application". Select the application you want to not autostart anymore and hit the button "Remove". or B) go to yr terminal (CTRL+ALT+T) and type: $ cd ~/.config/autostart ; ls -AF # check that you see the file ...


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You need to do ... nothing, thats perfectly fine, this message should normaly be invisible but somehow it snuck to visbility. It just tells you that there are no orphaned nodes and that your journal is clean.


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According to the wiki I should report the bug under: the failing display manager: gdm3 xorg because gnome-shell will not start


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yes! here is Ubuntu's official bug tracking website https://bugs.launchpad.net/


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This post on reddit says that it's because of a broken dependency and the fix for that is: sudo apt-get install python-gobject After typing that in a terminal, I'm now able to start GUFW.


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On StackExchange networks, it's generally best to post each question separately. I don't have answers to all your issues, but here are some random info that might help: 1) some ppas that are given from the official developer sites (or fomr ubuntu forums) for ubuntu 15.10 sometimes dont work.... (most recent in my experience was the QtSixA app for ...


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If you would like to turn off the config setting without using a GUI: sudo crudini --set /etc/default/apport '' enabled 0



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