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Feb
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comment Wifi connects but can't ping ubuntu 14.04.2 with Intel 7260
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Feb
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comment Wifi connects but can't ping ubuntu 14.04.2 with Intel 7260
Okay. I will ask a new question. But is there a way we can chat? I have too many questions and I am getting confused.
Feb
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comment Wifi connects but can't ping ubuntu 14.04.2 with Intel 7260
So what I understand is: 1. The problem is mainly due to relatively weak wifi signal. If I am seated next to the router, I ill not have this issue. 2. There are these 4 parameters, which can affect the working of my adapter. Some combination of these four can improve the wifi strength to some extent. 3. Intel 7260 wireless adapter has some issues due to which they keep scanning for networks if they wifi signal is weak. And that is when "it is disconnected for a short time from AP or transmission stops because of this conflict." Is my understanding clear?
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comment Wifi connects but can't ping ubuntu 14.04.2 with Intel 7260
@Pilot6: I too had similar problems. I tried too many solutions over the internet which looked similar to yours (a bit different in parameters), but none seemed to work. But thanks to your solution, it worked to some extent. The problem doesn't seem to have solved completely but now it is not that frequent and is not that worse either. Can you explain me what exactly this is doing, so that I can try to tweak some bit here and there and try to fix it completely. Thanks anyways, I am at least able to work now. Thanks a tonne :)
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comment Wifi connected but no data transfer: “ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available”
Yes :-) Thanks for all the efforts Kamil.
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comment Wifi connected but no data transfer: “ping: sendmsg: No buffer space available”
I just reset and reconfigured by router, and it seem to work fine.
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comment Frequent change of file-system to read-only
Thanks. Yes I checked the harddisk with HDD Regenerator, and found the hard disk is infected with too many bad sectors. HDD Regenerator could repair many of them, but stopped in the middle. Is there any solution other than changing my harddisk?