Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I can see all the wireless networks in my area and the signal strength is good but it keeps asking me again and again for my passkey even though I am definitely entering it correctly. Bits from lshw for search engines so other people can find this: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Launchpad couldn’t import bug from Linux Kernel Bug Tracker. Can you give the output of ‘rfkill list’ when you get the situation with the USB adapter? If you need to reset your password, click here.
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But when I did do the rfkill it said the same thing as last time stated above. Did you disable NetworkManager from running on start?
Hi Seth, thanks for looking at this. More information is better than no information. Sorry for the delay, yes I had tried to just press the physical wifi button but it did not work it worked quite well to start this whole mess though. I tried using wicd again but found this even worse. I have tried several things that I found in forums with no success i.
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I am using a Natty Narwhal, Ubuntu Bits from lshw for search engines so wigeless people can find this: The computer is an HP G60 but this may apply to other systems as well.
I originally just removed the daemon and the gui with no success but once I manually removed various other packages beginning with ‘libnm’ everything started behaving itself.
I can’t tell whether your problem is really the same. Whenever I did “rfkill unblock all”, my wireless would go from Soft blocked: Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. liux
Tags for this Thread aratherosatherosubuntu And I can answer the above question forgive the syntax it’s from memory, but the text is correct. By linus our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Ubuntu knows its there: I’m thinking this may be related to NetworkManager, and will work through https: I’ve also tried wicd instead of NetworkManager.
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If anybody knows how to make this permenant, that will be much appreciated. I’ll add to this that this specific laptop was my own, and worked back in an old version of Ubuntu, possibly 7.
After it stops working again after the unblock suggested by M Garrettrfkill list shows something like this:. So I pressed the physical wifi button on my laptop which I never use, because I’ve always perceived it as not working in Ubuntuas an attempt to turn off the wifi card temporarily, until I was actually away from my wired connection at home.
Today, however, it is again refusing to connect to any secured network at any time. Well NetworkManager is known to be problematic Join Date Jun Beans 6.
It looks like the rfkilli s the problem. I can see all the wireless networks in my area and the signal strength is good but it keeps asking me again and again for my passkey even though I am definitely entering it correctly. Duplicates of this bug Bug The only issue I have is that I have never been able to get the wireless network working.
AR Wireless Wireleess Adapter vendor: It would be most helpful to have the rfkill list output pasted in rather than aapter from memory, just to ensure that there aren’t any mistakes.