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Regarding Firefox After visiting the Gnome Extension page you have to allow the plugin execution - otherwise your Gnome Session will not be recognized. Therefor click on the plugin icon to the left of the Firefox addressbar and allow the execution.
sudo systemctl restart network-manager.service works but is only session related. After re-start it reverts. The script to automate it is necessary to complete the process. Worked for me on Toshiba L300
The script works for me x220, clean 16.04 MATE install. Intel c6205 wireless. Latest iwlwifi driver. My Network list was missing after resume and sometimes not connecting to network last connected to before suspend. Thank-you! This has been driving me crazy, so much so I installed another SSD and loaded up 14.04 MATE! Cheers
Same here with a Lenovo X230. Doesn't happen after every suspend, but sometimes. sudo systemctl restart network-manager.service fixes the issue.
The latest version of Flashback was released last year, so it hasn't been updated in a long time. However, according to this Ubuntu Forums thread, it should work fine. Really, the best way to see is to try it out yourself. If you like the panels and all the fun things from GNOME 2.x, you may want to think about Ubuntu MATE. It's an updated and maintained ...
16.04 runs on systemd. Try the following: sudo systemctl restart network-manager.service If this works, you can create a script to automate it. Open a terminal and type the following: sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/wifi-resume.service Now paste the script in there with a right click. Exit with CTRL + X and press Y to save. Now to activate it: sudo ...
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