WiFi is a networking technology permitting the exchange of information through wireless (radio) connections.

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Stability of internal Wireless module or adpater in Ubuntu

This is an update to my previous problem with wireless adapter or module in Ubuntu 12.04 on Thinkpad T400. Now I have installed 14.04. Sometimes when I move my laptop around a little, the ...
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Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation

I am trying to help a friend of mine fix his Debian installation on his laptop. He has installed Debian Wheezy 7.8.0 i386 netinst from a CD. His laptop is a Packard Bell Easynote R6510 using an ...
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How to edit hotspot settings in Linux mint 14.04?

I am trying to create a soft hotspot in Linux Mint 17, but when I try I am not able to edit username/password for the created hotpsot moreover it is not detected by my mobile. Below is the ...
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Linux find WiFi Networks protocol(a/b/g/n) version of all available access points

I do use iwlist wlan0 scanning and it gives me a fair amount of data, but one part is missing. It is protocol version. By protocol I mean (a/b/g/n). It would be very good to have these commands in ...
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Arch Linux Ethernet to WiFi bridge

I want to use a Raspberry Pi running Arch Linux to extend my WiFi network. My situation is that I have a spare WiFi router that I want to use to expand my WiFi reception range as well as give me a few ...
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“ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device”

I am trying to crack Wifi using airmon-ng on ubuntu 14.04, I run the command airmon-ng start wlan0 The output is Found 5 processes that could cause trouble. If airodump-ng, aireplay-ng or ...
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Wifi on/off button on TP-Link WR841ND

I installed OpenWRT into TP-Link WR841ND. Everything works as expected, but I can't get the wifi on/off switch working. I followed the guide described on the OpenWRT page for this router. Scripts in ...
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Laptop connected to wifi but no internet

For some reason my wifi has decided to stop working. I can connect to APs, I can have excellent signal strength, but I can't actually load any web pages or ping anything. I know it's my laptop because ...
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Simulating Signal Strength Changes to wpa_supplicant

I am working on a research project whose goal is to make testing alternative fast WiFi handoff (akin to 802.11r) protocols/algorithms easier. The way I plan to accomplish this at a high level is to ...
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How to determine interface RUNNING state without ifconfig?

Some background: sometimes my wi-fi connection suddenly goes down so I type sudo ifconfig wlan0 and check for the word RUNNING. The corresponding line looks like: UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST ...
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Fatal: Module ndiswrapper not found

Getting the following error message: Fatal: Module ndiswrapper not found Problem is I did install the ndiswrapper module. I even uninstalled and re-installed it. Still nothing. Any reason? On ...
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Linksys AE3000 install on linux

I bought a Linksys AE3000 wireless adapter hoping I could use it on my Ubuntu 12.04 box. I found a website that walked through using it, but it didn't work. I edited rtusb_dev_id.c to add: and then ...
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How to Install Broadcom Corporation BCM4312 Driver onto Linux Mint

I had just recently downloaded Linux Mint onto my computer, and I downloaded a 64-bit driver for wireless, but I don't know how to install it. I've never used linux before now, and the person who ...
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Installing an unauthorized wifi card in a Lenovo thinkpad edge 14

I took out a my Intel dual band Wireless AC 7260 card model number 7260HMW from another laptop. I wanted to install it in my thinkpad. Upon doing so and rebooting, the computer said unauthorized wifi ...
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How do I compile an out-of-tree kernel driver on Fedora to fix super-slow wifi?

I have a HP laptop with Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188EE Wireless Network Adapter. The laptop came with Windows 8.1 and the wifi worked just fine, but since I wanted to ...
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wifi failed to start with Arch Linux on laptop

I just installed Arch Linux. Wifi worked fine for me on installation but as soon as I rebooted, I received failure messages when trying to connect to my router. When trying to access my router ...
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Linux Mint 17, Wifi Slow and Drops Connection, No Ethernet Connection

On a fresh install and updated Linux Mint 17 XFCE, the system cannot maintain an internet connection through wifi, and is unable to connect at all through ethernet. Wifi will work somewhat slowly for ...
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How to send data from serial port over wifi?

I have microcontroller device which reads data from sensors and sends it via Serial to USB converter (ftdi232 cable). This Serial to USB converter is connected to ARMv7 mini-computer - CuBox with ...
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Is there a way to list the connected devices on my wifi access point?

I have an Angstrom Linux device acting as an access point, running hostapd, dhcpd, which works fine. Can I get a list of devices connected to the Wi-Fi? I know I can get the DHCP leases, but I need to ...
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How can I get my wifi card TP-Link TL-WN722N to work in Kali-Linux Oracle VM Virtual Box?

I enter iwconfig and receive: I also enter in ifconfig and receive: I have already entered to make sure I have the updates apt-get update apt-get upgrade tl-wn722n is suppose to be plug and ...
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Status of 5GHz support for 802.11 WiFi devs in BSD (2014)

To put it simply, 2.4GHz band doesn't work anymore due to the plethora of various Wi-Fi and other devices, whereas 5GHz is still almost entirely empty. Do any of the BSDs -- FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, ...
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Network fail on FreeBSD: Ping to router fails, but router believes computer is connected

I have a TP-Link TL-WN851N wireless adapter, which is based on an Atheros device. When I attempt to connect to my WPA2 wireless network, ifconfig wlan0 tells me that the connection is 'associated'. My ...
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Can't connect to WLAN with netctl

I can't connect to a WiFi network. I tried various methods such as wpa_supplicant and wicd. At the moment I'm trying netctl. When I enter the command: systemctl --type=service I see the following ...
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PROLINK WN2001 driver for LinuxMint 15

I just installed LinuxMint 15 and have a desktop that I have installed a PROLINK WN2001 Wireless USB onto. The installation disk has only Windows drivers and now I am looking for a driver for ...
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Debian - enable broadcom wireless controller

Ok, this is driving me crazy. I'm setting up an old Dell Precision M60 notebook, and I can't manage to enable support for its wireless device on debian squeeze. What I tried: lspci | grep -i ...
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how to connect automatically to a saved list of networks

I want to make my Debian laptop connect automatically to a list of stored WiFi networks in a text file that have the syntax SSID:password, using a non graphical way (script or config). These networks ...
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make networkmanager not prompt for password after failed connection?

While it's only an intermittent annoyance, occasionally I'm on a flaky wifi network, and each time networkmanager reconnects, it asks for the wifi password. This wouldn't be a huge issue, but the ...
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WiFi only connects to my router, not to any other access point

I have a Raspberry Pi 2 with a WiFi USB dongle. I don't know the brand or model, I got it for free with my Xtreamer Mk1 in 2009. My Windows 7 PC installs some generic Realtek RTL8191SU WLAN adapter ...
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How can I install Wi-Fi drivers in Kali Linux?

I installed Kali Linux on my Sony Vaio laptop (model number SVF142C1WW), but I had no wireless out of the box. Ethernet works fine, and I can connect to wireless networks normally from Windows running ...
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Setting up hostapd with a iwlwifi device to run a hotspot

I am trying to configure my opensuse 13.1 system to function as a hotspot (on my dell xps13 computer). So I tried setting up hostapd as explained here, but I get an error: hostapd ...
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How to see if someone is exploiting your wifi

I'm wondering about the possibility to know who is using my wireless connection. Lastly, my wireless connection is going to be slower and slower and probably someone is exploting that behind my back. ...
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Kali Linux wifi issue

I've just installed a linux Distro (Kali) and this is the only place I know to come for help with it. I installed Kali on my Compaq laptop, as it's the only laptop I have and won't use my windows ...
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Auto connect to a wireless network (Ångström Linux)

I am using Ångström Linux on BeagleBoard-xM. I have installed a RTL8188SU USB Wi-Fi adapter and configured it properly. But it doesn't connect automatically even though I have marked the interface as ...
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Dropped connections with b43 driver using Broadcom BCM43228 wireless chip on Arch Linux

I managed to get my wireless working with the b43-firmware package in the AUR and for at least a month it worked perfectly. However, recently the internet connection has been dropping out. I'm ...
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dhclient appears to give address but interface does not get assigned it

I am trying to connect to wifi using wpa_supplicant. I use this config: network={ ssid="guest" #psk="guest" psk=<numbers> } I also tried this config: update_config=1 network={ ...
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wpa_supplicant gives rfkill errors upon connection?

I have not used wpa_supplicant before, so am confused as to whether a valid connection is being made. I used wpa_passphrase to get a psk and made that output my wpa_supplicant.conf. I then connect ...
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Getting TP-Link TL-WN722N to work with Kali

I am trying to get the TP-Link TL-WN722N USB WIFI adapter to work with Kali Linux in VMWare Player. I was able to get it to work outside a VM in Elementary OS (Ubuntu based) by following the ...
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Start custom script after wifi interface comes online

In a debian build, I have a custom init.d script. I've also modified my network so that the connection to the WiFi is done in the background. How can I start my custom script, say custom.sh during ...
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Enable wifi monitor mode on Samsung Chromebook

I want to buy the Samsung Chromebook and use it with Ubuntu (12.10). I also want to play around with airmon-ng and thus want to use the wifi card in monitor mode. I didn't find any information if ...
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Get devices name on the network

As in the title i wanted to know all the devices name on the network. I've already tried without great success many commands found on the web, but nothing worked like i wanted to. Basically, when i ...
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outdoor RaspberryPi streaming video access by others with phones and such

I want to attach my already setup, video streaming web server Pi to my kite and allow others in the close proximity to view the video via an IP address. There obviously won't be any kind of commercial ...
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Intel Edison Ubilinux as distro I am getting FAILED Starting advanced IEEE 802.11 management: hostapdrmdir[ctrl_interface]: No such file or directory

I am attempting to setup my Intel Edison WiFi as an Access Point. The Edison is running Ubilinux as the distro. I followed this forum post to setup the Edison as an Access Point: ...
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Enable access to WLAN

I was given a Acer Aspire One A110 Netbook (ca. 6 years old) with Ylmf OS. It's the first time I own a computer running on LINUX. So I am unexperienced with it. So far I get along quite well, but one ...
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password is not recognized on login via wireless keyboard?

When I start my Linux Mint, the first display I met is the Login-Display. I am asked for my username and I can type using my wireless keyboard, the username is beeing displayed correctly. But after ...
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How to debug failing service in Arch Linux

I have a application which i can run without any problems as a normal application. The application is using I2C and WiFi. I can detect the data flow through wireshark so i can confirm that it is ...
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Problem setting-up RPi as WiFi hostspot with Ralink RT3070

I am trying to set-up my RPi as a wireless hotspot so I can control it wirelessly from my laptop. There are many guides around that are referred to in these forums as well however I keep on having the ...
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How to install Realtek RTL8723BE wireless driver on debian?

I installed Debian Wheezy 7.8 on a Lenovo G50-70 x64, it seems that I don't have the driver for my wireless card installed, the output of iwconfig: lo no wireless extensions. eth0 ...
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I2C errors blocking network access

I have a service (systemctl) running in the background which is communicating with I2C devices/slaves. In certain situations a I2C slave can be lost, and this will result in continuous I2C errors . ...
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How to enable and configure WiFi in debian 7 wheezy.?

I just installed the debian 7 wheezy, but WiFi is not working. I visited the debian wiki pages but they have already mentioned there that the broadcom chip BCM43142, 4e4:4365 is not supported by the ...
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netctl start PROFILE fails

Upon login to serial console I run a command via /etc/profile netctl start wlan0-ROUTENZUG However it fails, yielding this output Job for netctl@wlan0\x2ROUTENZUG.service failed. See ´sytemctl status ...