What the heck, when I upgraded from maverick to natty, i can no longer cannot to wireless internet:
I installed the broadcom sta wireless driver, but now there is no wireless internet option. I tried uninstalling the driver, and the wireless internet option appears, but it says no firmware installed? What the heck?
After upgrading from Ubuntu 13.04 to 13.10 my wireless internet at home stopped working. The UI says that I am connected but when I try to open firefox no pages load. The internet does work if I plug in my laptop directly to the modem or if I use my computer in windows (dual boot). It is then clearly an issue with Ubuntu since the wireless internet works in a different operating system.
I have few doubts regarding wireless driver, can someone help me regarding this???
Could always finding the snippets for other driver like ethernet and all, but documents related to wireless driver found less in the internet. .
I'm running Ubuntu12.04 and I'm trying to get a TP-Link TL-WN821N to work. The solution from Internet Timeouts with TP-Link TL-WN821N v2 wireless usb stick didn't work for me. Neither has anything else...
I've installed rtl8192cu as per instructions I found elsewhere to no avail.
The symptoms I am experiencing are: When I plug in the device the PC can see and connect to wireless networks fine.
I am completely new to CrunchBang and after installing it i was disappointed to find that i cannot connect to the internet, i have no idea where to start and what to do, it is installed on a desktop so it is hard to move to a wired connection! What should i do?i have looked at the website and previous questions and answers but they don't answer my question.