I recently upgraded a PC that I've used as a fileserver and switched from Ubuntu 12.04LTS to 14.04LTS.
I use a wireless card to connect it to the router and this used to start early in boot sequence with 12.04 so the server processes such as Samba worked okay. Now the wireless card doesn't appear to start until quite some time after I login on the 14.04 install. In all it can take well in excess of 5 minutes before I get a wireless connection.
I have some knowledge of linux and over the years have generally been able to figure things out and fix problems by searching online and working through the problems. This time I'm stuck.
I've run the script from this post about wireless issues My wireless/WiFi connection does not work. What information is needed to diagnose the issue? and pasted the output here http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/7517411/ .
I've also pasted the output from dmesg here http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/7517427/.
My system consists of Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-970 DS3P CPU: AMD 6-core FX6350 Memory: 8 GB Video: EVGA GeForce 210 Wireless: Edimax 7128g Rev 3.0a The wireless car is fairly old and the kernal had the required drivers in 12.04 and as the card does work eventually after boot I don't believe that's the problem. It seems to be that the drivers aren't loaded early on for some reason. The Network Settings are set so that the interface is accessible to all users and start automatically. As I understand it this should cause the interface to be started during the boot process.
As I've indicated I'm not an expert with linux so any help in getting the wireless to start early on and speed up the boot process would be appreciated. I can supply additional information if necessary but may need some instructions in how to obtain it.
Thanks in advance.