[ubuntu-za] Wireless device disappears in laptop
msdomdonner at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 11:18:37 UTC 2016
File bug reports, there must be many people all over that have the same
problem and the more bug reports that get logged the higher the priority
of a fix is raised. I am running 16.04 and 14.04 kde and have had no nm
probs with wifi at all.
On 17/10/2016 21:11, Dewald Noeth wrote:
> 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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> On 17 October 2016 at 11:18, Robin Bownes <robin at bownes.co.za
> <mailto: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
>> 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
>> Any ideas of how to fix this?
>> Kind Regards
>> Leon G. Marincowitz
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