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I am struggling with this one too. 9 is only for the newer kernel version 3.14, 8 is the right one for 3.13. Anyone having any luck getting a 7260 stable ? I just turned off power management as above will report back with results after some further testing. Then I will try disabling 11n but i dont think its that because I have been testing with a router ...


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Install the missing packages and try again. sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` linux-source Try this too (if it works): sudo apt-get install linux-source-3.12


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And its working fine now. This is what i did. 1) Opened the back cover of my laptop where the wifi device is located. 2) Took the device out of its socket and put it back cleaning the dust on it. Ensured that the two cables connected to it are not loose anymore. So, it was all the loose contact problem . Driver which was last worked is : b43-pci-bridge. ...


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All the package files are located in the pool directory: $ sudo mount ~/Downloads/OS/ubuntu-14.04-desktop-amd64.iso /mnt $ cd /mnt $ ls autorun.inf boot casper dists EFI install isolinux md5sum.txt pics pool preseed README.diskdefines ubuntu wubi.exe $ ls pool/restricted/b/bcmwl/bcmwl-kernel-source_6.30.223.141+bdcom-0ubuntu2_amd64.deb 1.1M ...


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Maybe it is a DNS problem. Have you tried to ping to your router and see if you have contact with the it and can send packets? Example In terminal write e.g: $ ping 192.168.1.1(IP-adress for my router.) If you don't know your router IP-address, you can check it by writing $ route -n in the terminal and see it under "Gateway". To stop it you simply press ...


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I've got it working with sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source* This package can be installed even without a working internet connection, since it is present on the ubuntu install disc, under the <mount point for the ubuntu install disc>/pool/restricted/b/bcmwl/bcmwl-kernel-source*.deb Its prerequisites are the following (also present on the ...


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please first check the Ethernet cable is in working condition by plug in any another pc or laptop,then check the ip address and subnet mask in the setting,for that it would be good to contact your ISP they can configure the internet in better way as per your specification and requirements but don't forget to check the ethernet port of the system ...


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In my experience with TL-WN725N Dongle I thought it was the firmware from Git or the stock linux-firmware that comes from ubuntu to be problematic, but I followed this guide from http://linuxforums.org.uk/index.php?topic=11261.0 to retrace my steps and then I tried something different that I didn't believe that it will work, but it seems there is a conflict ...


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just run following command in terminal one by one: sudo apt-get update sudo update-pciids sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree sudo reboot cuted from Installing Broadcom Wireless Drivers


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I had issues with a RealTek of similar vintage (and if you Google this, you will see others also have issues). In my experience, you can't go wrong with Intel. I have a a 6205 on my laptop. This card has gotten good reviews and is compatible per the comments: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833106033


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To turn on WiFi sudo su rfkill unblock wifi nmcli nm wifi on To list WiFi Networks nmcli c list Output should be something like this NAME UUID TYPE TIMESTAMP-REAL Rishbh-Q1000 cd79a7a1-1cf4-49c3-ad58-21ab17d1ba05 802-11-wireless Thursday 18 ...


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First make sure that your Wireless is turned on (Fn+F2 will toggle it on and off). Next there is a Ubuntu Community Help Wiki here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessTroubleShootingGuide that will walk you through the troubleshooting process.


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If it is an ISP network problem, you can try using tracepath, it shows you all the network segments. Usually it is used for MTU measurement, but it contains the RTT of each of the network segments.


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according to the clues you provided here, it looks like a regression to the kernel. However, the kernel (3.5 Quantal) you're using has reached EOL (End-Of-Life). I will suggest you to upgrade to the new HWE (Hardware Enablement Stack) support, which is kernel 3.13 Trusty, by following these steps: Search for "update" in your dash Open the Update Manager ...


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I guess you gave to your ISP the MAC address of your ethernet card, not of your WIFI adapter ! He's probably filtering access on this setting.


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It's not yet clear what fixed my problem but it seems to work. There are a bunch of things that appear to have to come together for it to work well. I am somewhat puzzled why this has to be this hard. It seems that having options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1 in /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi helps. Suggestions in this thread seem to help, given that we started having ...


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It doesn't really help to understand the concept to look at the kernel settings: cat /boot/config-`uname -r` This only shows which settings were used, while the kernel was compiled and unless you want to compile your own kernel, there is now use to change this. You want to look at the output of lsmod, which shows all loaded modules. There you can guess, ...


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from the output you provided here, your Bluetooth device is: Bus 002 Device 004: ID 04ca:300b Lite-On Technology Corp. If you search with 04ca:300b on launchpad.net, you could find several expired bug report for this: Bluetooth 04ca 300b not working Ubuntu 12.04 [Acer Aspire V5-132] Bluetooth not working And unfortunately, it's not working in ...


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Thanks to minimec on #ubuntu @ irc freenode for this: The answer was adapted from: Wireless disabled by hardware switch on an Asus X550V for the ASUS F551CA the fix is: sudo -i echo "options asus_nb_wmi wapf=1" > /etc/modprobe.d/asus.conf exit Then reboot or reload the kernel module.


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Based on your information, your wireless (wlan0) has IP inet addr:192.168.43.157 and connected status State: connected So please check you AP is working or not. It is very likely that you forgot to turn on you Android 3G.


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This link fixed my issue. The problem was with router security option.


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It's asking you to edit /etc/wvdial.conf to provide the APN, Dial number, username and password. You haven't provided the screenshot it mentions so I can't suggest a format. In Ubuntu, you'll want to run sudoedit /etc/wvdial.conf instead though so you're editing it as root. A normal account shouldn't have permission to edit files in /etc/.


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Your iwconfig output doesn't say anything about power management. Try following: Launch terminal, sudo touch /etc/pm/power.d/wireless sudo chmod 755 /etc/pm/power.d/wireless sudo gedit /etc/pm/power.d/wireless copy paste following: !/bin/sh /sbin/iwconfig wlan0 power on Save the file, and close gedit. sudo reboot


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If this is an MBP 8,2 I can only offer this advice: It won't ever be fully stable. I ran Ubuntu, and then Arch on my 8,2 up until it stopped working a few days ago and never figured out how to remedy this. Connections would always randomly 'drop'. (Disconnects but the icon indicates connected.) Usually, a simple disconnect and reconnect fixed it. In the ...


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I got this working on Ubuntu 14.04.1 (Kernel 3.13.0-35-generic), which seems to be similar to what you are running. You will need to make some minor modifications to the driver source files. That means you cannot use the install.sh script as that will always unzip the driver ZIP and overwrite whatever changes you make. Run these commands as root Go to the ...


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Is the server configured to forward the packages it receives? Try this: sudo sysctl net/ipv4/ip_forward=1


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Have you tried How do I get my Lenovo T61 to connect to a wireless network? ? After I did this, my connection is stable and 54Mb/s EPA


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From what I see your USB Wifi adapter should be working right after you plug it in. You only need to install the driver provided in the link if you are using Ubuntu 12.04 or older. So what Ubuntu version are you using? I guess because of beeing new to the linux environment your are at least running Ubuntu 13.04 or newer. Does your Ubuntu Distro recognize the ...


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Base on your lspci output, I think the extra driver you need to install is the one for your wireless card: 02:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation Device 4365 (rev 01) (Only if it's not working at all, otherwise you don't need it.) Please connect to the Internet by using the Ethernet port (you have to download the proprietary driver from the ...


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for the wireless you have, it's Broadcom BCM43142 802.11b/g/n You might need to install the proprietary driver for it. Please connect to the Internet by using the Ethernet port (for download the driver), and open your dash, search for "driver, you will see a tool for this: Select the driver, press "apply changes" It should do the trick. ...


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Try searching the web for a windows version of the driver for me. If you can find one, just tell me here. I may be able to help you wrap it. There may be better ways to do it, but this will at least get you up and running.


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You need to remove the incorrect driver: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source Reboot and let us hear your report


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Ok, there are still bugs with the rtl8723be on kernel 3.15.x. I found the perfect fix with no disconnections or anything. Go here and download and install all 3 debs for 32 or 64 bit: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/08/install-upgrade-linux-kernel-3-16/ Choose 32-bit or 64-bit (depending on which system you installed) reboot into the new 3.16.x ...


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In my case, on a netbook that uses this chipset, the additional step of setting REGDOMAIN in /etc/default/crda to my country code allows the netbook to connect to wifi APs successfully using brcmsmac, even when unhibernating.


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Solved by referring to instructions given here: https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/internet#TOC-Disable-power-management-for-the-wireless-card sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source broadcom-sta-common broadcom-sta-source sudo apt-get install b43-fwcutter firmware-b43-installer This solved my issue.


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According to your pastebin you need to install the firmware files for your wireless adapter. [ 36.601067] b43-phy0 ERROR: Firmware file "b43/ucode15.fw" not found [ 36.601073] b43-phy0 ERROR: Firmware file "b43-open/ucode15.fw" not found [ 36.601075] b43-phy0 ERROR: You must go to http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/b43#devicefirmware and ...


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Am on 14.04 with same DWA131-B1 adapter, used this driver (follow instructions there) and added 8192cu to /etc/modules and echo "2001 330D" | sudo tee /sys/bus/usb/drivers/rtl8192cu/new_id to /etc/rc.local (note that this still uses the 'rtl') as per this so far stable and fast without swenc=1


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I know it won't be a solution to the touchpad issue or audio, but I've used that computer (have one actually, just got a 7560 though that I use instead) and you simply need to plug into ethernet and run sudo apt-get install bcmwl-kernel-source to get the wifi working, then if you are simply having problems with the touchpad moving too quickly or something ...


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Your device uses the driver rtl8192ee which is not included in Ubuntu 14.04 and must be compiled from source code. Please get a temporary internet connection; ethernet or tethered or however. Open a terminal and do: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-generic build-essential git git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo ...


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To install drivers (I have seen that Aspire 4755G has NVIDIA graphics, so there will be NVIDIA drivers available to install) open the Dash (press the Super key) and launch Software & Updates. Go to Additional Drivers tab and select an NVIDIA driver (usually the one proprietary, tested). If there are WiFi drivers available install them too. To tweak the ...


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If you know the IP of the printer, you might also be able to add the printer via that. Also via the "add printer" dialogue.


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If you have a spare laptop o PC perhaps you could install Ubuntu on them and see if you can print. I can add my windows networked HP printer driver to my Ubuntu laptop and print. That is using a wireless connection to my router which then passes the request to the printer PC. As I say, it would be best if you could test this before you buy a Chromebook ...


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Yes you can and we even have a document on the ubuntu.com website. From the link: Overview Ubuntu supports printer sharing over networks, so you can print from your Ubuntu machine, your Windows machine, etc, to another Ubuntu or Windows machine that has a printer attached (ie a "Ubuntu print server" or "Windows print server"). Background Ubuntu uses the ...


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It's pretty easy if you know how to do it. Show available wlan access points: nmcli dev wifi Connect with access point: nmcli dev wifi connect $ACCESS_POINT password $PASSWORD


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I believe your LP-PHY device requires firmware; verify: dmesg | grep -e b43 -e wl Once we know if that is the problem, I will edit my answer to suggest a solution.


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Hope this is of some use as I had the same problem after the upgrade from 13.x and had made no changes to my network. I futzed around with it for quite a while, googled 'til my google got tired, etc., etc. Finally, I got a simple wifi analyzer for my phone and watched the reception at my workstation. Amazing how much variation there was over a short period ...


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It seems that your wifi dongle is one of the few that requires some tinkering. More exact, a ndiswrapper for your driver. I found another user, with out the same problem, and there was a guide for installing and setting up this ndiswrapper. Check out the post here: How can I get a Belkin N600 DB (F9L1101v1) to work on Ubuntu 12,04 64-Bit That guide is ...


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I don't know of anyway to make the GUI show different connections for different BSSIDs, but the CLI tool, nmcli offers this option: con Connections Get information about NetworkManager's connections. COMMAND := { list | status | up | down | delete } ... up id <id> | uuid <id> [iface <iface>] [ap <BSSID>] [nsp ...


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Follow these steps for changing to new WiFi network Click on WiFi Symbol which is beside the battery symbol. Click on Edit Connection which is at the bottom of the drop down. Select the network on which you want to connect, and then click edit button. Click on WiFi-security tab over there and enter the pass word of that network, save and close. Now if ...


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There are two ways I know of to get Network Manager to ignore a device: Mention it in /etc/network/interfaces Any valid configuration will do. This depends on managed being set to false (or unset) in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf. From the manpage: [ifupdown] This section contains ifupdown-specific options and thus only has effect when using ...



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