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Method 1 Even though NetworkManager.conf allows logging, that apparently still goes into syslog. However, kern.log also has it. grep 'associated' /var/log/kern.log | tail -n1 Jun 21 17:08:25 anaconda kernel: [ 4910.819781] wlan1: associated Method 2 I've found that NetworkManager does store last connection time, and it is ...


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Check CONNECTED_GLOBAL after we have found link connected in /var/log/syslog /link connected/,/CONNECTED_GLOBAL/ % awk '/link connected/,/CONNECTED_GLOBAL/ {line=$0} END{print line}' /var/log/syslog Jun 21 11:12:54 sturm NetworkManager[736]: <info> NetworkManager state is now CONNECTED_GLOBAL Jun 21 11:12:54 % awk '/link ...


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Hello To all those viewed this post. This issue was solved. People commenting on the post made me to detect the point where the error was caused. This is what I made mistakes I unistall the resolvconf file And then I tried some one's answer, Which suggested that to change the Proxy settings of the Network. I did as per his suggestion. Then People ...


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You can check the file /var/log/syslog it will display the last time you connected to a network. Example Jun 21 08:00:00 Ubuntu dhclient: DHCPREQUEST of 192.0.0.0 on wlan0 to 192.0.0.0 port 67 (xid=0xec7c6e7) You can run a grep command to pull only what you need from the log < /var/log/syslog grep DHCPREQUEST


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You can try a workaround using vnstat man vnstat -l, --live mode Display current transfer rate for the selected interface in real time until interrupted. Statistics will be shown after interrup‐ tion if the runtime was more than 10 seconds. An optional mode parameter can be used to select between ...


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Here's a tip for the future. When you disable wifi or networking and graphical tools don't work, you can always user command-line tools in terminal. The terminal can be accessed by searching for the app (by clicking on the Ubuntu icon in the launch bar on the left of your screen) or by pressing Ctrl+Alt+T. You will see a window open with something likes ...


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In fact there's no hostpd package in ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 even for 14.04 Try to install it this way: sudo apt-get install ap-hotspot hostapd dnsmasq iw Ap-hotspot depends on those three packages listed as followed in a command above.


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I have often faced issues with Networks in Ubuntu. Some of the solutions which may help you: Network manager indicator missing Try restarting the network manager with: sudo service network-manager restart Network devices unmanaged after resume from hibernation in Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 Another possible issue could be that the driver is not installed, in ...


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Assuming, your script has the name sound_notifier and it's placed in /usr/bin: sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/sound_notifier Create a script /etc/network/if-up.d/start_sound_notifier sudo nano /etc/network/if-up.d/start_sound_notifier add the code below #!/bin/sh if [ "$METHOD" = loopback ]; then exit 0 fi # Only run from ifup. # if [ "$MODE" != start ]; ...


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Here's a very simple bash script. Make it executable with chmod +x and add as custom startup application to run this continuously on every login. Since I've mentioned aplay, this should work in command line, not just gui. My current laptop doesn't have sound,so i had to test everything with notify-send . Feel free to adapt the script as necessary. ...


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If your provider gave you a cable, a username and a password, it means that the way to connect is with probably using PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet). The easiest way to do that is using the included network manager applet. Right click on the network icon in the right-top margin of the screen, and click in edit connections Click in add In ...


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Problem solved guys. Went to my friend where for some reason I could connect to the internet and updated my OS (sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade). Then when I got back home, I could connect to any website with no problem. Thank you for your help.



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