Looks like this works now with the kernel. There seems to be no solution. If I do figure it out or you figure it out, please, let’s post the details here. We have a release cycle based on the backport tree. Do you experience this problem with the Ubuntu Downloads Support Community Development. Copyright c Intel Corporation Sep 15
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But I’m sure my problem isn’t related to this type of kernel, cos I have the same issues using another kernels 2.
How to fix slow wireless with Intel AGN? Although this ubunru look like a dupe and it is in terms of problem seems to deal with hardy and backported kernels, while this one is focused on Intrepid ububtu 2.
I’m using a Fujitsu T laptop currently running Intrepid Alpha 5. This wireless adapter is used in mobile laptop devices, such as the Lenovo T By the way, this hardware works without difficulty in Hardy.
This process can be automated to find you a driver revision that just works Intel AGN wireless fail to connect karimfathi wrote: Our devices support monitor mode. I am glad you posted that link since I need the drivers. But I work in a very 49965agn, systematic, way so you won’t get a try this, try that, type of solution.
July 15th, 9. Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process. Everett Guerny — I think the network manager confusion when rfkill is enabled is very likely being sorted under bug I’m surprised I got ndiswrapper working well.
If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. Do you know if it is within the scope of this bug that enabling the kill switch after having been connected to an access point, networkmanager still thinks the wireless is available and spins for a bit before asking for a passphrase for the last network to which one was hbuntu
If that doesn’t work, or you need newer firmware, read on.? That is the fastest I have ever been able to connect for wireless. Windows XP – down The revision number of a D device is 0x, if you see any other number, you have a device. There is a good link with some instructions at: It is unfortunate, because Intel branded wireless cards used to have good Linux support, and were known to work out of the box.
There seems to be no solution. July 2nd, 1.
I have been working on getting everything on my laptop working for a week and I would like to help others get their stuff working. I’ve not been able to test the CD yet, the laptop owner is about to move flat, will do it asap.
I assume based on your question that you tried different modules versions and configurations if not please do it: 9465agn option is to grab the latest source and “roll your own”.
I have installed new drivers, 4.
July 4th, 5. Where that appropriate location is depends again on your system distribution. This is why some people may face issues with devices that are handled by iwldvm.
I also have the same problem, worked fine in Hardy, upgraded to Intrepid updated tonight and I have no wireless connection.