Yes. put a # at the start of the line) the no-auto-default=XXXX line in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf in Ubuntu 12.04 and restart NetworkManager: Code: sudo service network-manager restart I will check it. But for the remainder of this answer, I will proceed with the assumption that you are having a similar problem to the one I encountered a few weeks ago, which made If you have a wireless hardware switch on your computer, make sure that it is turned on. have a peek at this web-site
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Same thing happens again (Installation complete, first bootup, freezes, reboot, login, didn't freeze, no internet) My card is an Atheros AR928X. To report errors in this documentation, file a bug. When that happens, you manually edit the file, add the interface and run Code: sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart Anyways... Copy and paste each line: 1.rmmod iwlagn 2.modprobe iwlagn bt_coex_active=0 .I have replace iwlwifi with iwlagn.
Partners Support Community Ubuntu.com Ubuntu Documentation Official Documentation Community Help Wiki Contribute Ubuntu 16.10 » Ubuntu Desktop Guide » Networking, web, email & chat » Wireless Networking » Connect to a wireless network If you auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wireless-essid MYNETWOTK wireless-key FEFEFEFEFE wireless-channel 11 wireless-mode managed And how to install madwifi? If you've installed 12.10 somewhat weird like I did(minimal install without gui) you might want to check the /etc/network/interfaces and remove everything but your local interface. There are a number of things that could have caused this to happen.
You shouldn't configure a thing. Adv Reply April 15th, 2012 #9 roelforg View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Iced Almond Soy Ubuntu, No Foam Join Date Dec 2011 Location The Netherlands Beans 1,092 DistroUbuntu The "cable not plugged" message still bothers me, though... 414N View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit 414N's homepage! My wireless connection is found without problem, but firefox doesn't manage to load any pages.
Did a ifconfig on version 11.10 and got following result. My other computer which is running 12.04 or older seems to connect fine. Can you try with another one before proceeding? 414N View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Visit 414N's homepage! Yeah, that's looks about right.
If any of these icons show up, you can access additional settings by clicking on it. http://askubuntu.com/questions/205992/unable-to-connect-to-internet Murali Krishna (husband-of-deepu) said on 2012-01-12: #12 i personally use ubuntu 11.10 and can easily access my router settings with user name and password by entering 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.....the So do I have to replace MYNETWORK into my network ESSID and FEFEFEFEFE into my internet password to make the internet connection work? If you're experiencing a similar-looking issue, I would start by trying to restart the network service.
Quote: Dunno if and which network manager you're using, but issuing a simple Network from Ubuntu.
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If the connection is not successful, you may be asked for your password again or it might just tell you that the connection has been disconnected.
I said that your network interfaces are not configured because the ifconfig output reports that both eth0 and eth1 don't have an IP address Quote: Originally Posted by firekage I did.
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I can't really post the actual outputs in the terminal because I am typing this from another computer that has a working internet connection.
Don't bother if you aren't running an Atheros wireless card ... If you set your own DNS servers manually, make sure that the values that you see are identical on both your computers. this should be autoconfigured. Source delance (olivier-delance) said on 2012-01-01: #6 Not expert on Internet.
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If the name of the network isn't in the list, select More Networks to see if the network is further down the list. GO OUT AND VOTE Calculating ...5(5+4(4+3(3+2(2+1(1))))) What is the meaning of ''cry oneself"? firekage View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by firekage 06-25-2012, 11:40 AM #14 414N Member Registered: Sep 2011 Location: Italy http://tawish.org/ubuntu-11-10/ubuntu-11-10-cannot-connect-to-wireless-network.php Quote: I already looked at the similar screenshots you previously posted, but I can't see nothing really useful in them, sorry.
Attached Thumbnails Last edited by firekage; 06-23-2012 at 01:44 PM. You can make it so that everyone can share the settings for a network connection once you have set it up. I am currently connecting fine with a wireless Windows laptop. As soon as i log into Ubuntu i see "connection lost" or "wired network not connected" (or something like that, i forgot the exact word for it).
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