I have just updated my laptop (toshiba qosmio F60), from ubuntu 12.04 to 14.04(.1) with a "clean" installation using the usb disk. The wifi didn't work properly on ubuntu 12.04 (that's why I updated), but on 14.04 it's even worst. On Windows 7 it works perfectly.
I can see the wireless networks, but I cannot connect to them.
I have Ubuntu 12.04 installed on my dell laptop for couple of months(didn't want it but my company forced it). Rescently I am having some issues in connecting to some wireless networks. So far I have been able to connect to any wireless network.
Hi all, I am having troubles surfing in internet using a wireless connection. Ethernet connection works properly. I have an ASUS UX301L and Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS. I installed Ubuntu around 2 months ago alongside windows 8.1 and the wireless worked properly.
At first I installed 32bit ubuntu 12.10 & struggled much setting the WiFi by help of so many answer here then I thought to install 64bit as my system is of 64bit. At the installation time itself I couldn't find any WiFi name listed & I connect through wire.
This week I purchased a new laptop (follow link for specs) in which I replaced the HD with an SSD and installed a fresh ubuntu 13.10 system onto, following which I ran the updater to ensure the latest software and patches were installed.
At no time with the laptop have I had any success with connecting to the wireless network at home.