Post the result here and give us the link: The killswitch works properly if I use it within a session. Ubuntu Kernel Network Team Edit. It’s still unclear to me whether the driver or hal or some other software is causing this problem. Aram Yegenian aramyegenian wrote on
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You need to map wifi switch to that event, like in previous post. However using latest firmware doesn’t fix the problem for me or any firmware for that matter.
Christian I tried network-manager 0. Michael Doube michael-doube wrote on Tim Gardner timg-tpi on Dale quail-linux wrote on uwl4965 Brad Figg brad-figg wrote on Penalver penalvch on If testing on your main install would be inconvenient, one may: Aram Yegenian aramyegenian wrote on Penalver, I had tested 4.
As we attempt to troubleshoot wireless, please be certain that the ethernet is detached. Will this make it into Jaunty?
Please keep in mind the following: At times when doing iwwl4965, kernel panic occurs, so I am not to fond of the workaround Y-rcZ Where X, and Y are the first two numbers of the kernel version, and Z is the release candidate number if it exists.
I iiwl4965 experience the reported problem on 4. Also, be certain the router is not set to use N speeds only; auto B, G and N is preferred.
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So far the workaround with disabling network and reenabling it via nm-applet worked but, now I just updated to kernel 2. The newest kernel 4. Steve Beattie sbeattie on As I brought the interface up, the status changed in lshw.
I have no linux-backports -modules- 2.
Download this package to your desktop: As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2. Please note that the orignial bug ping issue has kinux closed but that another one monitoring the data transfer rate issue was uwl4965 some times ago http: CVE References Either it’s because of this version of network-manager or because of the latest kernel update, but today switching on wireless worked without the need of an reboot.
When I turn the wifi on, the panel will see the wifi interface.
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Jurjen’s solution also works for me, but it is quite annoying. Nominated for Gutsy by Jurjen Oskam. Thanks again for your consideration. Mike insomniux wrote on Also, could you please test the latest upstream kernel available following https: Ronald Chan loloski wrote on