The purpose is to find the one driver parameter that works and then apply it to a conf file permanently. So I am providing you with more resources and information at your disposal to deal with the situation better. I think i learnt a thing or two: So, I’m currently at a loss. Best regards Welcome to the forums jpedromacedosilva!
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I really hate to bump an old post, but I’m have the exact same problem as the poster here, but I’m not sure how to change the line of code below or how to change the network certificate These will be experimental.
The workaround works great, and now Wimxx have wifi network working on my Asus. I suggest you download this to your desktop: Thank you guys so much, I am now posting this using wifi!
HP Intel Centrino Wireless-n WiMAX 6150 612bnxhmw Card 633817-001
That is all I have for you today. I’ve set the IPv6 setting to ignore now, but it still won’t connect.
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Can you connect, surf the web, etc. When wimxa iwlwifi, first remove the iwl? Kudos to you for that. Is that what you need?
I reviewed the post regarding Wi-Fi installation issues as you are not able to locate the driver Excellent description and great diagnosis of the issue before posting. You should use ‘Code’ tags for posting terminal outputs.
Let me know how it goes. Of course, you could try both: I am smiling because all those tips and tricks I stole many years ago are now being stolen by a great group of people whose interests are not pride or ego, but getting another happy Ubuntu user up and running! Good luck, and please reply with the method to automate this process.
Let’s see if there are any clues in: I do not know how to use the following to make changes permanent: If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here. Next time I sure use it. How or why it helps, I don’t know. I entered the first two commands with 610 and then the third. I’ve tried it without the ethernet cable, and it is still not connecting.
Support for Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N + WiMAX , Single Band
Should I insert the second command you gave? The parameter tells the driver we don’t want bluetooth and wireless to co-exist, presumably running at the same time.
And this is indeed a great wimaz of people! Okay got it to work temporarily with first two commands. I’ve been to http: I finished saying “Thank you guys” I, um, don’t know how to edit my router. Just to humor an old driver dawg, please try: Once again, thank you for helping me.
Please let me know if you think this may cause problems down the line I think i learnt a thing or two: