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Go to system > Administration > Additional Drivers/Hardware Drivers. It will fetch the Broadcom drivers for your wifi. Select and install it. And Reboot the system


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After a little more digging, I found a single script (posted here) that connects my computer to wifi after suspend. In short, I created the executable script /etc/systemd/system/wifi-resume.service with the following contents: [Unit] Description=Local system resume actions After=suspend.target [Service] Type=oneshot ...


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Did you follow the general fixes like disabling ipV6, 8011n and power management. ? If not read this post Unfortunately WiFi issue is most commonly encountered in Ubuntu. But there are guidelines to fix it. And you should find them in the above link


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Based on my research that particular version is not supported by Linux.


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This was the same case for me, but the drivers that worked on the bootable USB are still on the USB. If you first open the bootable USB in a file explorer then search with ctrl+F for "dkms" and install that .deb file and then search for "bcmwl" and install that .deb then your card will work again.


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The HP Compaq DX2300 Microtower PC doesn't support WiFi as far as I can tell. This is what it has: Intel PRO/1000 PT Gigabit PCIe Adapter (full height) Intel PRO/100 VE Network Connection Agere 56K PCI Modem


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You can try to install a new driver for Realtek wireless adapters. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms linux-firmware


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Please make sure you buy a ETHERNET adapter to connect your mac to the INTERNET and then do the fallow the steps bellow to make the WI-FI work... After spending the entire weekend on trying to get the wifi to work on my mac-book air, I finally installed and got the WI-fi working by just typing on the terminal sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source and ...


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It takes little effort to get WiFI running back normally in Ubuntu for some laptops. I had the same issue and did many things, 1.disable power management 2.turn off 802.11 3.disable ipv6 The link given in your comments should solve your issue. Generally Ubuntu has built in drivers for most of the hardware. But you can change the default driver Try ...


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On your host is where you must connect to the WiFi and you will see that the virtual machine connects directly to your wifi but appears as wired connection. Select the wifi you want to use on your host machine not the virtual machine :)


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Depending on the capabilities of your wireless router, you might be able to configure it as a switch, thus extending your LAN that way. On my LAN my main Ubuntu server is the router / dhcp server / firewall. My wireless router is configured as a switch, taking care of all the wireless requirements, while the devices themselves get their IP address from main ...


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Following answer did the trick: sudo apt-get remove --purge bcmwl-kernel-source If it isn't installed, just proceed. sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree sudo modprobe -r b43 && sudo modprobe b43 Source


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The driver will be installed by sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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You can install a driver this way sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms linux-firmware It should fix these issues.


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firmware-b43-lpphy-installer is obsolete in new Ubuntu versions. For this adapter you can install wl driver. sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source


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Try setting your preamble to short in your router settings. This will reduce the time for a faster response.


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From Ubuntu Run type Additional drivers then the drivers search windows will show up with a list of drivers missing from your system and the same list contains drivers compatible to your system, choose the recommended one and install it, then restart system and see if it's working. Remember to include Canonical partners and Independent for other upgrade ...


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Rather than pointing to a link and saying "I did that", it would have helped if you had shown us the commands you executed, probably (but not certainly): sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic linux-headers-$(uname -r) cd ~ git clone https://github.com/mareksuscak/asus-pce-n53-linux.git cd asus-pce-n53-linux sudo make sudo make install ...


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Install the driver this way sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms linux-firmware


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Hi Acccording to your terminal reply your "phy0: Wireless LAN"'s hard drive is block. if you want to unblock it just press your wireless shortcut key on you keyboard. Example mine is Fn+f2 on my asus laptop. Hope it can solve your problem, And have a nice day.


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You will get informaton by running lspci -knn | grep Net -A2


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For some reason no gateway was added to my routes. I ran the following command: sudo route add default gw 192.168.0.1 wlan0 It's working all fine now :)


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It sounds like a driver incompatibility problem (this means your network card driver is not compatible with the new version of you operating system (Ubuntu X.X)) I would recommend trying to find the specific driver software for your network driver (Ethernet / Wireless) and installing it, if they have a Linux version. In addition I would also recommend ...


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You might wanna downgrade the driver cause I have the same card and this: Lenovo ThinkPad E545 Network controller : Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n (rev 01) If you are using this WIFI card, beware that bcmwf-kernel-source does perform very badly with a newer version of the bcmwf-kernel-source 6.30.223.248-bdcom-0ubuntuXX (XX I have tried them ...


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Since this question still hasn't been answered I figured I might answer it myself with what I believe is the best solution. I've run unto this problem before in the past few years so it's safe to assume that it's not something that's going to be fixed soon. Even though I was able to get my network card working the previous times, it always cost me a day or ...


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First, change everything back to default so that everything is in working order. Next, run the following commands to install macchanger; macchanger is a command line tool developed for the purpose of changing your mac address: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install macchanger You may be asked if you want to run automatically. You can choose yes or no. ...


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It is supported. Go to Epson Drivers Site Search for NX420 Download iscan_2.30.1-1~usb0.1.ltdl7_amd64.deb iscan-data_1.36.0-1_all.deb for scanner driver, and network plugin for scanning over network iscan-network-nt_1.1.1-1_amd64.deb These packages are for 64-bit system Place these files to your home folder and run in terminal sudo dpkg -i ...


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You should be able to use Find Network Printer and use the printer ip address in order to identify the proper printer. I have the same printer that method worked for me.


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Before anyone says this is a comment and not an answer, I tried to add it in the comments, but I need 50 and only have 42 at present: When I started, I had a bit of trouble with connecting to my wi-fi too. I later found out that I was entering in the password incorrect. This was due to a different keyboard laptop. The symbol that I thought I was entering ...


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I had the same symptoms with wireless connection after upgrading a desktop computer to Kubuntu 15.04. After lots of research I found something that suggested that combined WPA/WPA2 mode on the router that generated the wireless access point could be problematic. I reset the parameters in the router to force it use WPA. As suggested, I used AES (NOT TKIP). ...


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The command in the post you linked is: echo "options iwlwifi bt_coex_active=Y swcrypto=1 11n_disable=1" | sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf It will over-write the existing text in the file /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf. It should have read: echo "options iwlwifi bt_coex_active=Y swcrypto=1 11n_disable=1" | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi.conf ...


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I installed the browser Chromium from the Ubuntu software center. Then I had to update Flash and restart Chromium. Finally the presenter worked with prezi :-)


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for me the following worked in our company network with proxy: cd /etc/apt mv ./apt.conf ./apt.conf.bak this is to force the system to use the new file we create now. cd ./etc/apt/apt.conf.d create new file "95proxies" and add there the content of the apt.conf file Example: Acquire::http::Proxy “http://proxy_url:proxy_port/”; Acquire::ftp::Proxy ...


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To try to solve my issue I removed the 802.1x security in the connection settings. When I then added it back I was able to save the password in the settings. That got it working.


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You might find this to be of interest. There is a post there claiming that the RSSI is in the notdecoded part of the packet and they describe how to retrieve it. Also, how you put the card in capture mode may effect the presence of the RSSI info field. I don't think frequency information is stored in the capture, but the type of protection should be in ...


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Ubuntu 12.04 has an updated bcmwl-kernel-source package that supports BCM43142 as reported.Broadcomm 43142 is also found in Dell Vostro 3460-3560[See the bug#923809 comment 15] First you have to type sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer in the terminal.You will be asked for password.Let the drivers be updated here. Next step is that you need to type ...


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You don't need a specific Distro for this kind of Networks, this is a simple Network Connection between a server and users, since you are on the Ubuntu Ask, i gues Ubuntu will be one of ur 1st choice. Keep in mind that not the distrubution will make you troubles, the configuration of the Network will. So basically you can go with any distro you like the ...


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If you want to just access the files from other Windows PCs, you can use this And For other Linux PCs, you can install ssh server on them and access them by $ssh username@ip-address For remote desktop connection, VNC is a nice cross-platform approach.


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Your wl wireless driver has blacklisted your ethernet driver due to a bug in Broadcom installation script. You can get your Ethernet working by sudo modprobe b44 Yo make it permanent you need to run sudo sed -i -e '/blacklist b44/d' -e '$ c install wl modprobe -r b43 b43legacy ssb; modprobe --ignore-install wl' /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-bcm43.conf


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edit : sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/HP-LASERJET and find the section that says [802-11-wireless-security] key-mgmt=wpa-psk and place the following on the next line. psk=yourPassword


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#!/bin/sh case "${1}" in resume|thaw) nmcli r wifi off && nmcli r wifi on; esac Put this in /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_wifi and the problem should be fixed immediately.


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Type the following commands in terminal sudo rmmod -f rt2500usb sudo rfkill unblock all sudo modprobe rt2500us rfkill list all If this doesn't work, then type in terminal sudo service network-manager restart But you have to do the second method every time your wireless is being diabled


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This may or may not apply, but I suspect that if you open your Internet connection icon at the top of the screen and select "edit connections" you might be able to select your printer, press "edit..." and check the box marked "connect automatically". I realize it is probably already checked, but maybe there is a way to make it apply the saved password ...


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I have seen wifi cards die. It is quite possible that is the case here. I have also encountered two laptops, one an HP, which had (for apparently no legitimate reason) configured the bios to only accept wifi cards specifically configured for that laptop. In that situation I went onto amazon and searched until I found one which specifically stated it would ...


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There are a couple of things you can do that help when connecting to unresponsive networks. First, increase your retry from a conservative 7 up to somewhere between 10 or 14. Run the following command in a terminal. Assuming your wireless device is wlan0: sudo iwconfig wlan0 retry 12 or for wlan1: sudo iwconfig wlan1 retry 12 Then refresh ...


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#!/usr/bin/env python from scapy.all import * ap_list = [] def myPacketHandler(pkt) : if pkt.haslayer(Dot11) : #type 0 = Management subtype 4 = Beacon if pkt.type == 0 and pkt.subtype == 8 : if pkt.addr2 not in ap_list : ap_list.append(pkt.addr2) print "AP MAX: %s with SSID: %s" % (pkt.addr2, ...


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You can connect both the devices to the same network and transfer files via SSH. On Ubuntu, install openssh-server. On your phone, install JuiceSSH. Then use scp to copy files.


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I just realised that I wasn't using scapy as admin (sudo). I run the scapy again with sudo and it worked. Posting the answer to help anyone with similar problem. But I am still not able to find out what to use as filter.


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Plug the output of the Ubuntu box into the input of the wireless router. Consider the wireless router's broadcasted network a broadcast of the Ubuntu box as any connections made to that network will be served by the Ubuntu computer. Also, many wireless routers offer the option of either serving DHCP within the network or having DHCP handled outside the ...


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Try to restart network-manager sudo service network-manager restart



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