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If you wish to permanently disable the wireless, blacklist its driver. Find the driver with: sudo lshw -C network Under the wireless device, the driver will be shown. As an example: *-network description: Wireless interface product: Centrino Advanced-N 6200 vendor: Intel Corporation physical id: 0 logical ...


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try to upgrade the kernel.. that might work.. do it with "sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-trusty" I know that you're unable to type with your keyboard but you can copy and paste this command. This worked well to me for recognizing a usb webcam and my touch screen. It's about the drivers.


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First, the 169.254.x.y address is a dummy address that tells us the interface requested an address from the access point but was not given one. I suggest you use either Wicd or manual methods (/etc/network/interfaces) but not both. Second, your interfaces file has both eth0 and wlan0 starting automatically. I doubt that you want or need both. Assuming you ...


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A firmware upgrade of my TP-Link WR841N router resolved the problem. I upgraded to Firmware Version: 3.13.33 Build 130506 Rel.48660n for Hardware Version 8. I upgraded by going to the System Tools option in the TP-Link menu and selecting the "Firmware Upgrade" option. Download address: ...


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The fix that I finally found is the answer in this thread: Can't connect to WPA2 Enterprise PEAP. I will sum it up here. All I did was add the auth-alg=open to the file /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/MYCONNECTION, at the bottom of the [802-11-wireless-security] section of the document. I hope this helps more people than just me.


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does anyone know how to query the AP (a linksys WRT610N) to ask what regulatory domain it is set to? The short answer is: You can't query the AP for their regulatory domain. An excerpt from /var/log/dmesg from my last boot follows, after changing /etc/default/crda as recommended in comments below: If I am reading this correctly, the regulatory ...


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I am not sure if 14.04 would be different from 13.10 in this matter, but in my 13.10 installation, and with Huawei EC1260 (device shown in lsusb for my Reliance Netconnect dongle), I never had to install any driver or dialer. Cold start your computer. Insert the dongle. Wait till a message pops up near the indicator panel about a new device. Then click ...



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