I have installed all updates. June 6th, 3. Fixed problem with soft lockup while loading if RF kill active. What is the result of: We were wondering if this is still an issue?

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IntelĀ® PRO/Wireless ABG Driver for Linux

Have a close look at the output – sometimes a firmware update can resolve this – see the linked question below. When it stops seeing wireless networks, that usually means I’ve accidentally toggled the wifi kill switch on the front of my laptop. Originally Posted by chili So I can confirm that Bug affects Ubuntu Griever griever-zero on I have gone on Intel’s website and downloaded the drivers that are made for Linux.

Krupka Michal normanjp-cz wrote on Just starting out and have a question? Donny Kurnia donnykurnia wrote on Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. No such file or directory grep: If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place!


Konrad konradmb wrote on Are you new to LinuxQuestions. June 6th, 3.

Tried different things without luck We have put up a development mailing list to help in development. It’s very slow now.

I can still use the network, browse and open ssh connections but opening pages is slow on firefox and ssh connections freeze after I receive a lot of data fast eg. Robbie Williamson robbiew on Apologies if it has reached 3945ang inappropriately; please just reply to this message indicating so.

Useful Links We have linx up a development mailing list to help in development. Last Jump to page: As well, please remove the tag: Long story short, I decided to try using Wicd instead of NetworkManager.

It works just fine with the standard driver that came with Ubuntu. See if you can install it from Debian’s packages.

Intel PRO/Wireless 3945 and WiFi Link 4965 devices

Thank you for your understanding. Or for a more involved, probably more correct, way to get the SysTray Icon to show up, follow the steps here: The binary user space regulatory daemon, available here.


The linu one that I have working is version compat- wireless- All devices are disconnected, going to restore regulatory settings [ Email Required, but never shown. You can submit bugs to the Bugzilla repository available at BugHost. More or less its ok. I did a clean install and had the same slow Wi-Fi problem out of the box. Comment on this change optional.