Status changed to Confirmed 2. I tried to remove the existing iwl Driver and was only partially successful. See full activity log. If there haven’t been any changes to hal from 2. In this state my jaunty sees the wifi as disabled, which is correct. This behavior started maybe 2 or 3 months ago.
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Brian Murray brian-murray on If there haven’t been any changes to hal from 2. I’ve tested the iwl from both the linux-backports -modules package and the linux-ubuntu- modules package.
Please advise which version specifically. Please see my edit above.
I have just upgraded linux-image, linux-headers, and linux-restricte d-modules linx 2. But I can not guarantee it works everywhere. Michael Kiermaier michael-kiermaier wrote on Please carefully check the password. In order to allow additional upstream developers to examine the issue, at your earliest convenience, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available from http: This bug affects 3 people.
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No upgrade log present probably fresh install dmi. Kernel panic at boot, too. I have similar observations: Tue Sep 27 The WLAN usually recovers automatically but not always. Please look for clues here: Comment on this change optional.
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And have opened a new bug report for my specific case here: This can be done by clicking on the yellow circle with a black pencil icon next to the linix Tags located at the bottom of the bug description. I have partially uninstalled wireless driver iwl, wireless never worked, no option to install proprietary drivers Ask Question.
Thanks, and please let me know if there is other information I can provide about my hardware that would be of use. My maching is usually kept up to linyx, so the problem might be caused by some kernel update at that time.
CONFIG_IWL4965: Intel Wireless WiFi 4965AGN
I did notice that when the wifi is turned off, my wavelan panel says the device is there, while if the problem isn’t happening that is, on the other kernel and driver it says the interface is not available. Y-rcZ Where X, and Y are the first two numbers of the kernel version, and Iwl965 is the release candidate number if it exists.
I’ve been able to boot into XP as a previous poster described and use the “HP wireless assistant” pop-up to fix it, and after finding this thread, I have a work-around in ubuntu:.
Please note, an error to install the kernel does not fit the criteria of kernel- bug-exists- upstream. It has to do with the way that initialization happens. Jurjen’s solution also works for me, but it is quite annoying.
Linux @ CERN: /cern/centos/7/updates/x86_64/repoview/
I have install Linux backport modules to get the LED working on my laptop again. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Please let us know if you open the report upstream. Steve Langasek vorlon on Could you please advise? I also tried to install linux-backports -modules- 2.