Next copy and paste this line into Terminal: Oh, then cgit tricked me somehow, I thought they were just merged yesterday. Are any of these issues directly related to having both wired and wireless connected at the same time? I have verified this on both a Lenovo X and a Lenovo T laptop. Second, if your router is capable of N speeds, you may have better connectivity with a channel width of 20 MHz in the 2. Find More Posts by Knonada.
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I also have an x and am seeing intermittently very bad network performance, but there it’s affecting both wlan0 and the onboard ee. Johnson n-david-johnson wrote on The first step is to email the appropriate mailing list.
I’ve have the same problem lnux an x, but only when I’m connected over wireless-n, not b or g which work fine. Both work perfectly with fully updated Problem still exists for me after latest update.
I can connect, but it takes ages and I have to keep typing in the password it’s set as automatic connection. Tasseron tasseron wrote on Joe Eichholz bxjoe on I’m also seeing very slow speeds with Wireless-N using an Intel Advanced-N adapter, after updating to Oneiric did the update about a week ago, before the final came out.
However, the fact that n-networks can not be used remains annoying. Seems like there are a lot of rescans, not sure if this is normal. Anyway, I’ll take care of the network-manager task if something needs to be done I’ll still try to reproduce and debug at the NM level. Changed in network-manager Ubuntu Oneiric: Anssi Saari 9-as wrote on DJ dhananjaj wrote on Let me know if there are other logs I can attach or other debug output you’d like.
Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices
Next copy and paste this line into Terminal: Tried to create the file Alex mentioned above, but it didn’t seem to improve things. Find More Posts by EvanShaw. Franz franzbischoff wrote on Anything is fair game. Thanks again, I am extremely grateful!
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Show all Show less. Same problem than drussel here.
This may be either network-manager or kernel, depending on triage Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
WV So I can’t really complain about my N performance and can’t say I’ve ever noticed this during oneiric. Compile and try, anyone? Sitting around ultijate away from the router I get: Post 2 on this thread has also been useful to some Intel users: Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre cyphermox on Still very slow on I noticed my connection was linuux and found this thread.
Submit a new text post. Xyliosist xyliosist wrote on ultimatf