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I am having issue with HP notebook laptop with Ubuntu 18.04 installed. It is not detecting any WiFi signal. Looks like driver issue. Tried to find driver on HP website but did not get it. How do I find and install third party driver?

lspci -knn | grep Net
02:00.0 Network controller [0280]: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Device [10ec:d723]

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    Please edit your question and add the output of the following command in Terminal: lspci -knn | grep Net -A3; rfkill list. – pomsky Jul 11 at 20:22
  • We need more info. Please help us help you by doing lspci | grep -i wireless && sudo dmidecode -s baseboard-product-name && sudo dmidecode -s baseboard-manufacturer && sudo lshw | grep product | head -n1 && lshw | grep -v "loop" && lsb_release -a and paste the result into your question after clicking edit. Please do not click on Add Comment as new comments can shove old comments off screen; your information about your PC and the Ubuntu installation should all go in the Question so we can all see your findings. – K7AAY Jul 11 at 20:22
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    @K7AAY re: "Please do not click on Add Comment as new comments can shove old comments off screen". This is incorrect. – heynnema Jul 11 at 21:42
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    @heynnema, would you please be so kind as to look at comments for askubuntu.com/questions/1157538/… which is just one example. Six comments are shoved off the screen there. – K7AAY Jul 11 at 21:46
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    @K7AAY they are displayed if you just click the "show 6 more comments" link, and then all comments are visible. Also, you use your "canned" comment almost everywhere, and I'm not sure that the commands that you request are really required info as it applies to the question. Like "dmidecode -s baseboard-product-name && sudo dmidecode -s baseboard-manufacturer". Why? – heynnema Jul 11 at 22:00

You are using HP Notebook XXXX series laptop with rtl8723de chipset. To install the driver follow below commands,

git clone https://github.com/smlinux/rtl8723de.git -b 5.0-up

dkms add ./rtl8723de

dkms install rtl8723de/

depmod -a


To uninstall follow below commands:

rmmod -f 8723de

dkms uninstall rtl8723de/

dkms remove rtl8723de/ --all

depmod -a


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