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

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How to disable wlan0 when shutdown

Since a long time ago my Sony Vaio with Lubuntu 11.10 is showing a red FAIL message during the shutdown process. It tries to kill some process and the white messages on the screen frozen for some ...
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Setting up an ad-hoc network on boot

I'm pretty new to Linux; this project is me trying to learn more. I've done login scripts before but not boot scripts, so that's one of my questions. My other question is how to get an ad-hoc ...
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Wireless networking with CentOS

I'm running CentOS 5.7 x86 on my Vostro 1700 laptop which has an Intel Pro Wireless WiFi NIC (Intel Pro Wireless 3945 [iwl3945]). I'm a bit confused about how my Wireless connection (wlan0) is being ...
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Why is my wlan0 interface on Angstrom (Beagleboard) “Not Associated”?

I'm installing a Angstrom (custom build, not the default build) on a Beagleboard XM. I can scan for wireless networks using iwlist and see the neighborhood wireless devices. I have set my SSID and ...
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How to write a script to read wifi SSID and password from USB drive at boot up and auto logon to wifi network

I have an embedded system that is running Debian. I want to be able to provide wifi network SSID and password information via a USB thumb drive. That way I can easily deploy it to any wifi network. ...
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How to find speed of wlan interface?

I'm trying to find speed of network interface using file-descriptor. It's easy to do it for ethX, just calling cat /sys/class/net/eth0/speed. Unfortunately this method doesn't work with wireless ...
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TP-Link TL-WR1043ND as dumb access point

I followed these instructions on how to set up my TP-Link TL-WR1043ND as a dumb AP: Flashed brand new Attitude Adjustment 12.09-rc1 Logged into LuCI, set up a password Disabled and stopped firewall ...
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Spotty wireless with Fedora

I have this Toshiba laptop I started poking around trying to find out why it quits out so often and is just so bad. This guy seems to have the same problem with the fact that it works perfect in ...
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Accessing multiple wifi networks simultaneously from debian wheezy

I have got 2 wireless adapters on my machine (one built-in and the other a purchased USB wireless adapter) is there a way I can utilize different WiFi networks simultaneously? I have in mind ...
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Troubles with Wifi and ethernet Aspire One AO725

I'm use Debian wheezy on a Acer Aspire One AO725. It has the following kernels: 3.2.0.4-amd64 3.7-trunk-amd64 The command lscpi | grep Network: 02:00:0 Network controller: Atheros ...
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Multiple USB wireless devices?

I have a broadcom wireless card in my laptop and as far as I know, it acts as an USB device. I also have one USB stick wireless device (TL-WN422G - uses ath9k_htc driver) which I want to use at the ...
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intel wireless 1000 bgn not working in debian/ubuntu

First, I'm not an expert in Linux but I can fairly move and play around with the OS. The problem in short is, I was able to find wireless networks, but when I try to authenticate it, network-manager ...
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How to enable WIFI on VMWare Fedora 12? (It's detecting and working fine on Windows 7)

I am new to Linux. I have Fedora 12 running on my VMware. I am unable to see any options to enable WIFI connection on Fedora. When I am accessing Internet through WIFI and its working perfectly fine ...
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Fedora 15 Gnome Shell Pauses on certain wireless networks

Whenever I connect to my girlfriend's wireless network, gnome shell will "pause" randomly. Gnome shell quits updating or drawing. The clock is set to use seconds, and will pause for anywhere from 1 to ...
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Fedora 18 No Wireless

Just installed Fedora 18 and I can't get the wireless to work. What do I have and what have I done? I have a Broadcom BCM4312 which is supported by the broadcom-wl driver. (link) lspci | grep ...
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Get network information through Ubuntu Terminal

Is there a command where, when entered outputs information such as: If the network connection is wired or wireless if it is a wireless network, the name of the wireless network How strong the signal ...
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What are the other congestion control algorithms specially designed for lossy Wireless Networks like LTE and WiMax?

I am trying different congestion control algorithms for getting maximum throughput and minimum delay across my setup for TCP flow.Please suggest other available algorithms apart from Veno, ...
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wpa_supplicant store password as hash (WPA-EAP with phase2=“auth=PAP”)

Is there a way to store my password in /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf as some hash instead of plaintext? By "password" I refer here to the password used for phase2 authentification. I do not ...
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Bad wifi with MacBook Air mid 2012

I have a MacBook Air mid 2012 with i7 CPU. The one with Ivy Bridge. I have connectivity problems with wifi running Arch Linux which I keep updated regularily. Throughput and response time performance ...
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Wifi module doesn't work anymore in CentOS

Like the title said, my wifi module doesn't work anymore. After a kernel upgrade. The wifi LED is permanently red. I can only use a wired connection. EDITS I add only the lscpi output because the ...
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Cannot connect to belkin router through linux mint

I recently installed Linux Mint 13 alongside windows 7. I have a Realtek RTL8191SEvB Wireless Card. This work's fine with any router. However when I try to connect to a Belkin G Wireless Router it ...
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wlan number assignment

How or where does Linux determine the assignment of a network device? Specifically, wlan0 or wlan1 for wireless USB devices. I plugged in a TP USB wireless a while ago, and it was assigned wlan0. I ...
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correct password but unable to connect to wifi

Problem Not able to connect to wireless network even after giving the correct password Characteristics of Problem After starting laptop, I choose the wireless network from the network manager ...
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Network connections don't work after a restart using NetworkManager

openSUSE 12.3 with Network Manager NOTE: The same behaviour occurs for eth0, but it's primarily wlan0 I'm concerned with. Whenever I restart or switch wifi networks, DNS resolution seems to be the ...
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wireless interface stops working, netcfg reports no network found

I'm having a recurrent issue with my Arch Linux installation: wireless will work for a few minutes and then randomly die. When I try to restart it through wifi-menu I am informed there aren't any ...
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brcmsmac does not work

I am attempting to enable my wireless interface in Slax Linux, so far, I know the driver I need is brcmsmac, since I have a broadcom card; and this work in Slackware. The driver is available and does ...
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Wifi AP with ASUS USB-N10

I am trying to configure wifi AP with subj device. According documentation in web, it requires master mode hardware support and hostapd software. It seems I have master mode: # iwconfig ... ...
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Asus USB N10 wireless adapter works on Ubuntu but not Fedora

I could make it work in Ubuntu, due to this answer. But the same approach shows no result in Fedora 15 (64 bits). The device is an Asus USB N10 (wireless-usb converter): Bus 001 Device 003: ID ...
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“Destination Host Unreachable” when pinging wireless router

I'm a little new to all the intricacies of Linux workings, so please bear with me if this is a dumb question. I'm using Linux Mint 12 and I have an Asus PCE-N15 wireless card, which is running the ...
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/proc/net/wireless does not show values unless run as root

cat /proc/net/wireless does not show statistics for wireless devices unless it is run as root, even though the permissions on the file are 444. The same seems to apply when accessing statistics via ...
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iwlwifi error, then WLAN is very slow and can't see other WLANs

I have a wireless interface Intel 1030 on a Dell XPS 15 laptop. lspci says: 03:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 1030 [Rainbow Peak] (rev 34) Recently I noticed that ...
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will tinycore work with S110 wireless adapter?

will tinycore work out of the box with S110 lenovo netbook? Wireless is obviously the first issue to be encountered? can anybody report that it will work out ofthe box? or i will have to spend some ...
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How to load kernel module in Chromium OS?

I've installed the Chromium Vanilla by Hexxeh to a USB drive, but I can't use it on my computer because it lacks the carl9170 driver, which is needed by my adapter (a D-Link DWA-160.) I've managed to ...
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Can't connect to my wireless network though GNOME

I am a complete Linux beginner and I managed to install Archlinux today. But I have no access to my wifi for some reason. I get internet access in my terminal with wifi-menu but gnome tells me that ...
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No DNS on Debian wifi after unplugging the DNS cable

I have installed wheezy Release Candidate 1 to my old laptop (Benq Joybook A52) right now, and I have some problem with my wireless card (Atheros 5006). It can actually see the wireless networks, I ...
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d-link dongle does not work

hello guys i've been searchin on the web but with no succes so im here im runnig wheezy with lxde . my dongle get listed when i run lsusb and it gives this then after a few seconds if i type again ...
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How do I disable wireless on Mint 14?

This got closed on AskUbuntu because it wasn't Ubuntu enough for them. I don't have any WLAN connections set up, and I always connect via Ethernet cable. However my computer has a small light on it ...
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Wireless problem with RTL8723 and Fedora 18: can't connect to a wpa2-secured network

I'm running Fedora 18 on a Toshiba laptop with the notorious RTL8723 wireless card. I've been able to compile the driver using lwfinger's instructions from this forum thread here wget ...
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Can connect to wireless router but can't browse internet

I have a Dell Studio 1450 running Fedora 17. I installed a new wireless router in the office recently. And everybody apart from me is able to connect to the internet via it. Google revealed ...
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Archbang can't connect to wireless

Last week I tried Crunchbang 11, it couldn't connect to wireless. Yesterday I removed it and installed Archbang from CD (final 2012 version). Everything was working perfectly, when I did pacman -Syu ...
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Help with getting wifi up and running in Arch Linux on Mac Mini 3,1

I am dual booting arch linux on my mac mini 3,1. Am trying to get the WiFi to work and have hit a block. Am a Linux noob so have a couple of questions which I will put in bold. Following these ...
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How to create an ad-hoc connection?

I need to make an adhoc connection on Archlinux (netbook used as a wifi repeater), I was using this tutorial to do it on Ubuntu : At the terminal install execute sudo apt-get install dnsmasq-base ...
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WiFi not working - wlan0 FAILED

My Arch (3.6.5-1) is exhibiting a rather peculiar problem: when wifi is set up, all logs indicate that the setup was successful and that the interface is up and functional. However, when attempting to ...
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The n mode on “iwlist wlan0 scan”

I know how to determine if scanned AP uses B or G mode, but how to know (using "iwlist wlan0 scan") it uses N protocol ? if I use "iw dev wlan0 scan" and see if the cell has a "HT capabilities" block. ...
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How can I get Broadcom 4301 to work in Crunchbang Linux?

I've sunk about 6 hours into this and have not made much progress. I've installed Crunchbang, 32-bit, Waldorf on a Dell Inspiron D600. Before I took any steps, the network manager told me ...
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Equivalent for netsh start network on linux

I recenty read about the Windows option for creating an access point, that will run on the same physical device, as the machine. So that I can connect my other devices to that network, and have access ...
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Installing driver on Debian Squeeze laptop

I'm trying to activate the wireless chipset on my Debian Squeeze laptop by following this tutorial. I detected the type of wireless chipset I have built in my laptop using lspci and now I am trying ...
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How do I get a bulletproof wifi?

I have used several Linux distributions (Arch, Debian, Ubuntu) over the years and I would consider myself not an expert but certainly an experienced user. It happened now for the 3rd time that I was ...
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Fedora 15 won't remember wireless password

I just installed Fedora 15 beta with Gnome 3. I've done all the updates. The networking applet asks for the wireless password every time it connects. I found this bug, which says that the issue is ...
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Install Broadcom wifi adapter driver in BackTrack 5 R1

How can I install the Broadcom BCM43142 driver in BackTrack 5 R1? Please can anyone guide me with step by step instructions as I am new at Linux.