What other information is needed to reconfirm this bug? I experience this problem under Jaunty beta, but only under 11n networking. Seems to occur with both networkmanager and wicd. This bug affects 8 people. If the issue remains even after installing and testing linux-backports -modules- jaunty, could you then please try the latest upstream compat-wireless stack.
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I have similar issues I thought it was more associated with roaming between access points but this seems to describe my problem exactly.
I also installed latest upstream compat-wireless stack but the issue remains. I always install all system updates. Zhu Yi from Intel says he thinks it has been fixed in 2.
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Nominated for Intrepid by Jonathan Ernst. After following the “Known Issues” caution about kernel panic and the agn on the release notesI installed the linux backports which enabled wifi with this card.
It will automatically gather and attach updated debug information to this report. I can connect to wifi-networks but after some time the connection gets lost.
As well as bug on launchpad: To post a comment you must log in. Michael Kenniston t-launchpad-michaelkenniston-com wrote on Upgrading to Jaunty did not help.
Declined for Jaunty by Brian Murray. Is there any way to control timeout for probe or have a less “strict” timeout check?
I could not connect to that network again. On an old kernel I had to have this switch enabled at boot time to use my wifi on a Thinkpad R I libux recently upgraded to 9. The ubuntu-kernel-team is being unassigned from this bug report.
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The issue is that, at apparently random times, the wireless connection drops. If the dropouts are only happening on 11n networks, maybe it’s worth disabling 11n in iwlagn and seeing if this stops the dropouts:.
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I am wondering whether the wireless dropouts are specific to the way Ubuntu is using the driver, wpa supplicant, or network manager? Tell me how, and I’ll gladly activate software instrumentation. I installed the backport module package as suggested earlier in the thread but am still encountering the same problems.
Kernel team bugs Add tags Tag help. Since I made the switch, I have had no wireless dropouts for 2 days. I’ve had a various networking issues that I’ve fixed the following ways: Linud me about changes to this bug report.
I have Lucid Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process. It usually comes back by itself after a few minutes, but sometimes not. If the issue exists upstream, we’ll want to work with the upstream developers to linuxx to get this resolved. Changed in linux Ubuntu: Can you please try installing the linux-backports -modules- jaunty package.