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We merge the updates coming from the backport infrastructure on a regular basis. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. When i ordered it, I didn’t exactly how it was working compare to a standard one, and didn’t even think about antennas.
If anyone is willing to help me – thanks.
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I’m feeling to ashamed leaving this post, but I will, maybe it will help others Results 1 to 10 of Sorry if I seem so super stupid, advaced this is all pretty new for me. Post as a guest Name. Show all Show less. Even Intel states, that this device is supported by Ubuntu. This is why some people may face issues with devices that are handled by iwldvm. If you configure the kernel yourself, make sure advancsd loading is enabled.
Everything is OK with drivers.
Interference may come from another Wi-Fi device, or from many other non Wi-Fi devices e. March 7th, 4.
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I personally had no problem. Monitor sniffer – see note. For more information on Intel Wireless products, please visit Intel Wireless. Everywhere I look it says, that most of the drivers are included in Ubuntu and if someone had this problem, he was running on an old release.
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In the terminal he finds the Network adapter when I type. Check hardware switch or bios settings. Note We support issues related to the download and installation of software only.
I’ve started with debian wheezy, now I’m on testing. Module iwl not found but wifi is not working. In the terminal he finds the Network adapter when I type lspci Debian This forum is for the discussion of Debian Linux.