My Htc one x plus was working really fine. But now its not finding and connecting to the connections. Showing previously connected connections "not in range" even standing next to them.
(yes, I've already viewed the one posted a couple days ago, I have a different problem)
I got my tablet January, and WiFi has worked wonderfully so far. It's able to connect to available connections super-fast.
Hello everyone, I'm finishing my Information Security College course, for that I need to write a "text" about video stream using multi connections, to make possible a "class transmission" in a location without high speed internet connections. For example: my camera make 600kb/s video stream, so I need 2 connections with a 300kb/s of upload or 3 connections working in 200kb/s.
I have just carried out a fresh re-installation of Arch on my old netbook, following a self-inflicted crash!Previously, networking worked perfectly, but since the new installation, nm-applet is behaving strangely.All connections (wired and wireless) seem to work OK, but when connected wirelessly, the nm-applet constantly shows the "searching" icon, and hovering over it, the message "
johni wrote:I was skeptical of NetworkManager at first, too, but I do like it for the same reasons Antoine mentioned.What I really wish NetworkManager had is a good curses-based configuration tool like wicd has for managing connections from a console when needed. I know I can make connections "system" connections, and use nm-cli, but I have to go read the man page everytime I
$ pacman -Si netcfg
Optional Deps : dialog: for the menu based profile and wifi selectors
wpa_supplicant: for wireless networking support
ifplugd: for automatic wired connections through net-auto-wired
wpa_actiond: for automatic wireless connections through net-auto-wireless
wireless_tools: for interface renaming through net-