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There is no hardware switch on this particular model, just a key on the keyboard which activates the wireless feature. Press F9 to enable or disable the wireless feature.


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Your Wireless LAN is hard blocked. To unblock it - sudo rfkill unblock all


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I have a T440s and may be its the same thing: the keyboad top row has two modes, the direct key and the "Fn" + key. You can switch between the two modes by pressing Fn + FnLk (Esc key on my french keyboard). On my Fn key, a light indicates the mode: when the light is on, I have the F1, F2... in direct mode and I must press Fn to access the special functions ...


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You can install a desktop environment with: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop This effectively adds a desktop environment to your installation, which is what you would have had if you hadn't used the server edition installer.


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I found that changing my GRUB CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT line to the following works on my Lenovo y510p: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="nosplash quiet acpi_backlight=intel_backlight" To accomplish this, run this command: sudo gedit /etc/default/grub Make the edit, save / exit gedit. Then run the command: sudo update-grub Now all you need to do is restart by ...


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The iwlwifi module doesn't work well with all Wifi adapters. Please try this following workaround: Open the terminal: Ctrl+Alt+t sudo modprobe -r iwlwifi sudo modprobe iwlwifi 11n_disable=1 If this solved the problem, please make these changes: sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf add the line: options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1 Save file ...


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While I might not provide the exact solution to the problem right now, because your question is missing relevant information, here's some things you can do to troubleshoot the problem and perhaps include them into the question, so that other users can help you. What can you include into your question? Script output from My wireless/WiFi connection does ...


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BIOS update was the right solution.


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Disabling the power management for wifi as shown in the links below solves the problem: Link 1 Link 2


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Until firstly i used linux i have same problems with you, but i have another way to perfectly solve your problem, but you must have installed wine because it app is exe extension. No problem,because it helpfull somepeople to solved that's problem. Okkay this app i mean here


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You could have a look at WildGuppy which will adjust your brightness according to the light it gets from your webcam (not according to your screen content though).


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I had a similar problem with fujitsu simens. I used the kernel 3.11.10-03111015-generic and the problem is solved.


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Is there a BIOS option to enable/disable it? Do you know (e.g. from the specs) if the digitizer is connected via PCI or USB? In the first case you can use lspci to see if it shows up, in the second case, try lsusb. Both tools support the -v option for more verbose output. Yet another tool to list the hardware that is detected in your system is lshw. Does ...


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From the FAQ: Possible causes are: Laptop is not a ThinkPad All battery features in TLP work only with ThinkPads. tp-smapi is not installed Installation of package tp-smapi-dkms fails (Ubuntu) Kernel module tp_smapi is not loaded Try to load manually with sudo modprobe -v tp_smapi and check tp-smapi Troubleshooting for a solution matching the error ...


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I have a Lenovo e420, which has the same wireless chip. I use a variety of different networks (lots of traveling), and while I've experienced the same thing as you in other versions, I do not experience it anymore (maybe once every other month, and reconnecting from the panel is fine). I'm using 14.04, with no wireless fixes or additional drivers. Here's a ...



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