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Since unloading ideapad-laptop evidently gets the wireless working, let's blacklist it: sudo -i echo "blacklist ideapad-laptop" >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf modprobe -r ideapad-laptop exit You should be all set.


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How to install the bcmwl-kernel-source package without an internet connection. The bcmwl-kernel-source and dkms package and there required dependencies are on the livecd or liveusb disk that you installed ubuntu from. Insert the livecd or liveusb disk, do not boot from the live disk then navigate to pool > restricted > b > bcmwl and copy and paste the ...


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Please try: gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/asus.conf Use nano or kate or leafpad if you don't have the text editor gedit. Add a single line: options asus-nb-wmi wapf=0 Proofread carefully, save and close the text editor. Reboot and tell us if the wireless is now working. If not, edit the file again and change the factor from 0 to 1 and reboot again. You ...


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You can disable power saving for you wifi adapter with: sudo iwconfig wlan0 power off To make the change persistent after reboots: cd /etc/pm/power.d then sudo nano wifi_pwr_off this will create a new file, paste: #!/bin/sh /sbin/iwconfig wlan0 power off Save the file and run sudo chmod +x wifi_pwr_off to make it executable.


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To answer your question: "Are these plugin failures something to investigate? What is GATT?" As far as your first question goes googling reveals pretty much everyone seems to be disabling bluetooth and 802.11n on the Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 PCI-e Wifi Adapter. I would ignore the errors unless you actually need bluetooth to work. As far as your ...


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You can get both ath9k and rtl8187 in backports-3.15 with: cd ~/Desktop/backports-3.15.1-1 <--or wherever you extracted it make clean make defconfig-wifi make -j4 sudo make install Backports currently won't compile on the latest Ubuntu kernels so I suggest that, for now, you stick with 13.10. ...


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These instructions assume you are running the latest Ubuntu version and kernel 3.13.0-x; check: uname -r If it does not return 3.13.0-something, stop and tell us what it is. I'll amend the method accordingly. Be certain the build tools are installed: sudo apt-get install --reinstall build-essential linux-headers-generic Download this file to your ...



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