I have the intel like in this thread. The driver is iwlwifi. Change the last line to read: The following devices are supported since kernel version: This means that the bleeding edge of the backport tree will run against decently recent kernel usually against Linus’s tree. My notebook has the infamous Intel AC adapter and after a few days the adapter just stopped working e. Please edit your question to add more details about your wireless beyond, ”
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The commit that disabled power management is here. Our policy is to close bugs that have been pending for input for more than two weeks. I uninstalled VirtualBox and still get the same notice, but I figured it was related since it didn’t show up until I upgraded my kernel and changed my wireless card.
The antennas are typically located in the lid of the laptop. Output of rfkill list all 0: Distro Xubuntu Development Release.
How do I get my Intel Dual Band Wireless AC WIFI Card to Work with Linux?
The firmware necessary to support the devices is distributed separately under the firmware license. Is it 7,8 or 9? Change the last line to read: I have experimented and honed a few techniques. Results 1 to 7 of 7. It eventually times out and continues without networking. I have the intel like in this thread. Those devices will not be supported by the newest firmware versions: About wreless-ac support and known issues.
Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters
This will put lots of pressure on the memory subsystem, but it will allow you kinux hear 12K long packets. I suggest you update the driver to enable the use of the later firmware.
If you’re wondering, linnux are the distros I’m going to try: So I think this adapter needs to be replaced with something more reliable.
Which distro supports the AC ? For older chips, there are other drivers: It contains early releases, or content that just hasn’t been merged in mainline linux-firmware yet. Email Required, but never shown.
Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices
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If you configure the kernel yourself, make sure firmware loading is enabled. Next, in my experience, the driver iwlwifi is somewhat access point sensitive. Sign up using Email and Password. Our devices support monitor mode.
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In order to function correctly the driver requires this to be enabled in your kernel. This tree is ideal for bisecting.
You may see firmware crashes in case you didn’t set that module parameter. Post as a guest Name.