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I solved it. Here are the commands to enter in the terminal in order. Make sure you either have Ethernet or some external WiFi adapter to access the Internet. I used a USB WiFi Adapter I use for hacking. - sudo apt update sudo apt install git build-essential git clone https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/iwlwifi/backport-iwlwifi.git cd backport-...


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First, we search for your device ID, in this case, the usb.id 2357:0115. We find the usually very reliable wikidevi: https://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_Archer_T4U_v3 It suggests that the correct driver is not rtl8812au but 88x2bu. I suspect that rtl8812au was correct for an earlier version of the T4U; v2 or v1, perhaps. I am surprised that the rtl8812au ...


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I tried updating my XPS 7390 last night. The process is not ideal and I ended up reverting to 18.04 (for now). The primary issues were: Wifi driver isn't present so you have no internet. You can overcome this by downloading the driver and installing it manually. I used the instructions here. The display looks like it needs a driver because the screen ...


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I have [14e4:4328] (rev 05) on Ubuntu 18.04 and my issue was that I could see wireless networks but could not connect to them (error message "activation of network connection failed"). I was able to resolve it with just the below steps: sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source sudo update-pciids sudo apt install firmware-b43-...


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