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Somehow, everything was soft blocked. The solution: $ rfkill unblock all


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In my case it was an issue of the configuration file /etc/dhcpcd.conf. It had an entry static domain_name_servers=192.168.1.1 and whenever the Ethernet was connected, resolvconf overwrote the nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf, breaking Internet access via domain names.


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You have full support from official tp-link webpage, here the source (to compile): http://www.tp-link.com/res/down/soft/TL-WN823N(EU)_V2_160315_Linux.zip be careful with the hw version: you can choose v1 or v2.


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I'm trying to connect my OpenBSD 5.8 laptop... I recommend upgrading to 5.9—wireless has been improved here. The netmask and default gateway address I took from my Windows computer which is on the same network. Have you tried using DHCP instead? For example: $ cat /etc/hostname.iwi0 dhcp NONE NONE NONE nwid id wpakey passphrase The route show ...


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Is installing and setting up wicd out of the question? I've used network-manager on various laptops with various wifi cards and dongles, and sometimes network-manager works fine... but when it fails, it doesn't give much information as to what might be wrong, sometimes its errors omit some necessary piece of debugging data, other times the messages are ...


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First of all, you need to change your connection from NAT to Bridge, so it'll obtain IP address in your main system's private range and from your network not from VMware Adapter. I recommend you read this article though it's for VirtualBox not VMware, but it can help you much. Then you need to bring your interfaces up by running ifconfig yourInterface up. ...


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Download the right driver from here : iwlwifi-6000-4.ucode. Copy the firmware to your /lib/firmware: cp iwlwifi-*.ucode /lib/firmware Load the driver: modprobe -r iwlwifi modprobe iwlwifi rfkill unblock all Edit Install build-essential and linux headers sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) Download iwlwifi-6000-ucode-9....


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That particular wifi hardware requires a non-free blob of firmware to work. Running apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree should do the trick. If you get an error saying there's no such package, edit /etc/apt/sources.list/ and change the line saying something like deb http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ jessie main to deb http://ftp.nl.debian.org/debian/ ...



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