[ubuntu-za] Wireless device disappears in laptop
djnoeth at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 10:11:04 UTC 2016
Im Using Ubuntu 14.04 with Unity on my HP EliteBook 8570p, sometimes my
whole network (all adapters) disappears when returning from suspension.
Suspending again and logging back in brings it back, but I have not found a
permanent solution for it. This also happens to my husband with a
completely different laptop.
Dewald J. Noeth
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djnoeth at gmail.com
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On 17 October 2016 at 11:18, Robin Bownes <robin at bownes.co.za> wrote:
> I'm using 16.04 on a variety of desktop and notebook machines, and this
> problem with network manager - not always showing available wifi networks,
> is becoming annoying enough that I've seriously considered replacing Ubuntu
> with Mint. Having to reboot that often to achieve basic functionality is
> one of the prime reasons that most of us stopped using Windows.
> I'm also hoping that one of the boffins on the list can shed some light on
> a solution - or pressure Canonical to fix this in the updates.
> On 10/14/2016 04:27 PM, Deon Pretorius wrote:
> I've been getting the same thing on my HP with 16.04. Turn of
> networks,turn back on and it re connects with wired ethernet icon showing
> Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
> *From: *Leon Gert Marincowitz
> *Sent: *Friday, 14 October 2016 16:20
> *To: *Ubuntu Community Lists
> *Reply To: *Ubuntu South African Local Community
> *Subject: *[ubuntu-za] Wireless device disappears in laptop
> Hi all
> My wireless device on System 76 laptop just disappeared. Last night it was
> working and now it says "no network devices are available".
> Any ideas of how to fix this?
> Kind Regards
> Leon G. Marincowitz
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