Hi,my wlan is not workingI have compactPCI from MEN and a WLAN/3G Module from Option (GTM671W)lspci semms to know the MEN Module andlsusb detects OptionQuo... [by nomara]
I am using a lenovo T440 with Ubuntu 14.04, Gnome 3.10.4 and Kernel 3.13.0-32-generic. My WLAN disconnects often. So I researched a bit about the problem and found out that maybe the module isn't fitting.
So, in my Notebook is a Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8192EE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter which needs (maybe) the module RTL8192E. I am not 100% sure.
My wlan is having trouble connecting to the router, and I think it might be broken (it's a bit old and it didn't work so well under my last openSUSE installation). How can I make sure before I go and spring for a new one?
The driver is rt61pci (it used to work w/that module).
I have a new Dell laptop that I installed OpenSUSE on, but can't get the Dell WLAN card (Broadcom) to activate. I can see it in the hardware listing, and I can attempt to set it up using iwconfig, but when I do an ifconfig it does not show, and when I do a ifconfig wlan0 it tells me the interface is not installed.
I have a web server running on Ubuntu 12.4. It is connected to Internet through WLAN interface, earlier it was connected and working perfectly and listed as wlan0 under network interfaces. I removed the WLAN card and inserted a USB WLAN adapter but it was not listed under interfaces nor it was detected after rebooting. So I removed that and installed my previous WLAN card.
Does your wireless device support this feature? Not every feature that is offered as a setting by iwconfig will work for every device. I have a crappy realtek card that I no longer use, and it did not support power_save by iwconfig. But it was able to be set when the module was loaded through a kernel parameter.I see you are trying to use wlan1, which you mention is a usb device.