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.
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-
When I try to connect to a wifi network, and the first time it connects fine, and stays connected.
But if I leave, or disconnect, then it won't re-connect ever again. It spends about 2 minutes searching/connecting and then I get an error message saying:
I received an old eMac with Ubuntu installed on it. I have been attempting to connect it to my wireless connection and am having a hard time.
When I open the network connections and follow instructions I found through a tutorial on YouTube, I am still unable to connect. There is a grayed out wireless signal with a red exclamation point through it on my top bar.
hi im new to this ubuntu stuff but i use windows 7 and yesterday i downloaded the 64 bit version of ubuntu 9.10 and dual booted to it by mounting the iso with poweriso...and it installed fine but i cant connect to any internet....wen i hit the network connections tab in the top right it says wired connections in gray and then it says no connections below it and thats it it doesnt even show any wir
I have a dell vostro 1014 Laptop, which runs a ubuntu 12.04. My wireless is enabled, but the LED doesnt glow and its also unable to find the connections nearby. When i was trying to sort out this issue with RTC, someone told me that it is an "rfkill soft-off" issue. Previously, someone told me that there are many interfaces created which is creating a problem for wifi.