alpha1 (wmstrome) wrote on 2013-08-02: #24 I was able to find this additional information about my XUbuntu installation and the Wireless controller: The kernel is 3.8.0-27-generic, which is the latest in Make sure not to select the WPA or WPA/WPA2 mixed mode, as that will again need TKIP which is discouraged. Somethiing was not ok in the updates. Also: The wifi disable/enable button does not work. this contact form
The problem started shortly after upgrading to XUbuntu 13.04 (not the initial upgrade, but one or two updates after that) and has continued through all updates since. Do you want to help us debug the posting issues ? < is the place to report it, thanks ! You’ll see a window with one or more connections, depending on how many network adapters you have in your computer. Raring reached EOL on January 27, 2014. https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/net-wireless-noconnection.html
Added "deb http://http.us.debian.org/debian unstable main contrib non-free" to my apt sources (/etc/apt/sources.list) I just wanted the deb file for firmware-ralink but I was too lazy to google and figure out how That is, it was designed by the company that is providing Eduroam access. Join Date Jan 2010 Beans 67 DistroUbuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail Re: Can't connect to secure wireless networks I've had a similar problem with my laptop that has the 4313. It'll probably ask for the wireless pass –AAlvz Feb 20 '13 at 18:01 Oh, you mean a reset button?
Browse other questions tagged 12.04 wireless or ask your own question. If you would like to provide more details, please log in and add a comment below. Wireless connection just has to work. Just start typing.
Since where I am now located I cannot conveniently report this bug from the LINUX on my system, I am doing so from the Windows partition so cannot see which version To fix signal strength problems with Wi-Fi networks, arrange your router, computer, and other objects in your house for the best possible Wi-Fi signal strength. oussama (oussama-rial) wrote on 2015-03-13: #55 I have the same problem in Ubuntu 14.04 lts !!!!! Source It seems however that this problem on AskUbuntu is the same as yours so I expect the answers apply to you as well...
why does this error keep popping out? OBDII across the world? The "not so easy way" returned the code I included in the Update of this question. It prompts me to enter password but irrespective of correct or wrong password I enter it fails to connect and keep asking for password again and again.
How to handle swear words in quote / transcription? Click the network connection or Wi-Fi icon on the panel at the top-right corner of your screen to access the NetworkManager menu, then choose a network. Calculating ...5(5+4(4+3(3+2(2+1(1))))) What is the common, normally open, normally closed? It's a deal breaker for anyone.
I chose to install Synapse, search for WiFi and re-installed all the already installed libraries and utilities (about ten or so). weblink After that I removed the line from sources.list and ran $ sudo apt-get update to clear the cache of debian packages. Changed in ubuntu: status: New → Confirmed Roman Kouzmenko (roman-kouzma) wrote on 2013-04-28: #3 Installing a 3.9 kernel from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v3.9-rc8-raring/ solves the problem for me. This is what I get (apologies for the Dutch language): As you can see, some other networks (in this case: UU visitor) let me change the settings if I want to.
Connections obtained drop frequently. - Device: wlan1 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Type: 802.11 WiFi Driver: rt2800pci State: disconnected Default: no HW Address: 1C:3E:84:9B:FD:C0 Capabilities: Wireless Properties WEP Encryption: yes WPA Encryption: yes WPA2 Encryption: Shubham Chadha (chadha-shubham) wrote on 2013-12-15: #42 maadarchod harami ki aulad... Ensure the ‘Automatically connect to this network when it is available’ option is enabled on the General tab.
Why does Cutie act like this and lesser robots listen to it? share|improve this answer answered Sep 12 '13 at 20:35 user834425 1 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I see this is an old question but I've been struggling with etc... http://rinfix.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-add-network-connection.html From the network manager icon in the top panel, select the "MIT SECURE" wireless network.
It's one of those function key buttons. -- It all works fine, if I use the 3.5 kernel from Ubuntu 12.10 though. Saale tum log gadhe ke gaand se ulte nikle hue aulaad... Join Date Dec 2012 Beans 61 Re: Can't connect to secure wireless networks Have you installed proprietary software for your wireless? share|improve this answer answered Jul 22 '15 at 13:39 Marcel de Roode 111 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Here is a guide where detailed connection instructions for linux
Also do: sudo ifconfig wlan0 down sudo modprobe -rfv iwldvm sudo modprobe -rfv iwlwifi sudo modprobe -v iwlwifi 11n_disable=1 sudo ifconfig wlan0 up this will be reset when you reboot but It just says "connecting..." then disconnects after a while. I could connect to the WiFi networks already known, but I could not connect to new networks with e.g. I then reverted the wireless to WPA2-Personal.
This should be selected by default, but sometimes it will not be for some reason. As a monk, can I use Deflect Missiles to protect my ally? I hope you can help me! bugman (m-cafarotti) wrote on 2013-11-04: #41 Solved for me following this link: http://blog.nerdyweekly.com/posts/fix-rmit-wifi-issue-in-ubuntu-13-04-and-variants/ seems that the network configuration GUI doesn't change the configuration file for the ca-certificate connection setting.
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Such issues will only aid in discouraging new users from trying out the software Gaurish Korpal (gaurishkorpal01) wrote on 2014-07-08: #48 I recently installed Lubuntu 14.04 LTS in my HP Mini Aaron (aaronuk5) wrote on 2013-05-01: #16 I applogise, link is www.ralinktech.com , then click download drivers and look for linux on left hand side Demersus (demersus) wrote on 2013-05-01: #17 Installing Feedback This product/service is: Thank you for your feedback.
They just say ERROR 1 and ERROR 2.