Let me know if I can do some more testing. It still does not work until I do a second boot with wireless switched on. For more on why this is helpful, please see https: I’m running Ubuntu The kernel image is not yet in intrepid-proposed.
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Change the last line to read: Michael Kiermaier, the way to make the issue go away permanent is to determine iwl4956 disabling power management is necessary in the first place. Will this make it into Jaunty? If there haven’t been any changes to hal from 2.
Second, the correct driver, iwl is blacklisted, preventing it from loading on boot.
It gave me this error: Whoopie — did you test intrepid or jaunty kernels there? For help with making an upstream bug report, please refer to the “Reporting Bugs Upstream” section of the following link: Penalver penalvch on Use nano or kate or leafpad if you don’t have the text editor gedit. Patryk Zawadzki patrys wrote on Also sometimes just sitting there I would loose connection.
The file’s name is iwlwifi- ucode- version number. Little problem is that my Sony Vaio reports wifi switch always same hotkey, when switched to off and also to on.
If I ask for connect to another wireless net left click over nm-applet as it shows no option under wireless networkI can type Mary Gardiner puzzlement wrote on Telorn telorn on I will report back here with the findings in the Gutsy kernel. Federico, you reported this problem as well – which wireless card do you have? Telorn telorn wrote on Full dmesg since boot Edit CVE References Please open a terminal and do: Use nano, kate or leafpad if you don’t have the text editor gedit.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. For me the bug still exists, in Intrepid, like before. Now I’ve tested the latest mainline kernel 4.
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Intel Wireless Linux Bugzilla Status changed to Confirmed 2. Add tags Tag help. I have reported the issue upstream. When I did a sudo ifup wlan, the interface came back on.
So yes, that might be propably because of newer kernel. In this state my jaunty sees the wifi as disabled, which is correct.
I had been running nm-applet 0.