Any wizards here with ideas on how to fix this is appreciated. And regarding the other points? When you configure the kernel, you can find this option in the following location: A15, latest, this not correct anything for the Wireless, but this fix many bugs like keyboard or usb disconnection. Open a Terminal and type: The range of the card is reduced, and I take sometimes 2 – 5min to discover a network.

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Intel Centrino Ultimate-N – Slow performance Please post a new wireless script result as you might have some conflicting settings.

I found that this is possible. Find more information or support for older devices on the Intel Wi-Fi Linux community page.

Linux* Support for IntelĀ® Wireless Adapters

Thank you so inttel for this thread! All times are GMT But i found a solution that seems to work for me: If the mainline kernel does not fix this bug, please add the tag: In many cases I’ve worked on, but not every case, it has been helpful.


Valentin when that report have been sent, your system was an dist-upgraded one.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I just installed Lubuntu on an HP Elitebook p and my wifi wasn’t working at all.


Page 1 of 2. Check the wifi speed. These Core releases can be very useful for someone ubunt wants to integrate our Wi-Fi solution into his home made system.

Very slow wifi with Centrino N in LUbuntu. This bug affects 6 people. This tree is ideal for bisecting.

USB3 and graphics in certain scenarios. At first, i was pasting Code: Does this mean we disabled the Wireless N support? Give uvuntu a try.

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Changed in linux Ubuntu: Adding this solution did not help too much in my case. If you’re posting for help, please include the following details, so that we can help you more efficiently:.

Find More Posts by beachboy2. The time now is You may see firmware crashes in case you didn’t set that module parameter. Did you find this information useful?


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Linux* Support for IntelĀ® Wireless Adapters

I have no knowledge of Deepin, but it appears from this review that its hardware support can be problematical: That is very dangerous. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. For older chips, there are other drivers: Open a Ultijate-n and type: The solution was found here: