I am on a ThinkPad T61p running Ubuntu 8. Arnaud Soyez weboide wrote on Changed in linux Ubuntu: I’d be willing to try the backport module, but when I bring up the Synaptic GUI it cannot find a package named “linux- backports- modules- jaunty”. So using Synaptic, I removed the ‘update-motd 2’ completely. Zhu Yi from Intel says he thinks it has been fixed in 2.
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I installed the backport module package as suggested earlier in the thread but am still encountering the same problems. Do you have such a switch and is it enabled? Per a decision made by the Ubuntu Kernel Team, bugs will longer be assigned to the ubuntu-kernel-team in Launchpad as part of the bug triage process.
CONFIG_IWL4965: Intel Wireless WiFi 4965AGN (iwl4965)
This bug affects 8 people. John jkrez wrote on As a follow up, problem continues -as before- after removal of bluetooth. It works fine under winXP on the dual boot side. OK further testing reveals that downloading a lot of data reduces the time between connection hangs to just a handful of seconds.
The wireless works fine for a while sometimes a few minutes, sometimes an hour or twothen randomly drops out. See full activity log. Keith Burgoyne keith-silverorange wrote on I don’t know anything about debugging or programming or Ubuntu -I can operate a can opener and that’s it.
It is especially annoying because I paid extra to get an Intel card to try to avoid such problems. I’m running Ubuntu Jaunty and Mint-7 also a Jaunty derivative with similar 4965zg. Wireless worked fine on Intrepid, but has had problems since upgrading to Jaunty. The driver used is iwlagn You can see some details here: This is hardly a fix, it’s a crude workaround but it does appear to work.
After following the “Known Issues” caution about kernel panic and the agn on the release notesI installed the linux backports which enabled wifi with this liinux.
[ubuntu] Intel AG card driver not loading
I could not find the page about the reasons of ubuntu-kernel-team not being assigned to this bug, so if anyone find the current page please add the URL here. Add tags Tag help.
The observation with the route command however persists. Along with the fact that other hosts connect fine seems to rule out hardware.
Henry hchang wrote on My error logs continue to show the supplicant state change every few minutes: Whenever the connection drops, I see log entries similar to those reported by others:. Just prior to each supplicant connection state change the lnux initiated this CRON: I’m completely stumped on this one. Mio m10 wrote on I use the same string from winXP and get a good connection every time.
A full day of use should tell me. Email me about changes to this bug report.
iwlegacy – Debian Wiki
Is there any way to control timeout for probe or have a less “strict” timeout check? So far no disconnects a daywhich seems to me to be a minor miracle. My error logs continue to show the supplicant state change every few minutes:. Randomly here and there, one or two times per hour, without any network activity or with 9465ag, connection get lost with a message: But since removing Ljnux, I have not observed any interruption in service.