I’ve posted a help request before with lots of technical info and outputs. To be adding more info: The following devices are supported since kernel version: Bug fixes will be ported to Selected rate control algorithm ‘iwl-agn-rs’ [

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Yes, I can confirmed it. I guess this is a difference in the iwlagn driver compared to iwl? Page History Login to edit. Mathieu Brethes mathieu-brethes wrote on Ungoliath, what kind of router do you have? Yes, this is my error Ken, Miguel, Crazyserver, Ungolianth: It is unfortunate, because Intel branded wireless ubbuntu used to have good Linux support, and were known to work out of the box.

Linux* Support for IntelĀ® Wireless Adapters

When you configure the kernel, you can find this option in the following location:. Can you compile and try the latest iwl driver from the compat-wireless tree? ThomasDahlmann tdd-lnxgeek wrote on It’s not a driver problematic.


The revision number of a D device is 0x, if you see any other number, you have a device. In Jaunty wireless worked fine, and in Karmic it fails after 30 secs itnel a minute or two.

Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices

The steps for installing and configuring this are very distribution specific and the tools differ, but distributions have this enabled. Linus Harling linus-ussarna wrote on Can you try using wicd instead of NetworkManager?

Please do not enter contact information. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. The device is not blocked.

en:users:drivers:iwlwifi [Linux Wireless]

January 30th, 4. The only way for me to get wireless back is to reboot. Does your laptop have bluetooth? We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support.

In the same log on 8. Installing linux-backports-modules-karmic fixes this.

Linux* Support for IntelĀ® Wireless Adapters

Bug attachments syslog edit Add attachment. Daniele Just install Wicd – it work fine. It seems to be depending on the quantity of data transmitted. This is why North American cell phones were for years different to everyone else’s cell phones. See full activity log.


From what I can tell, v1. Wicd insists that I have the wrong username or password which I know to be false — they work in NM, albeit for a very short time. Hi, I have similar problem, here is syslog: Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled.