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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks for the answer. Unfortunately, I still get: 0: hci0: Bluetooth Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: no 1: tpacpi_bluetooth_sw: Bluetooth Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: yes 2: phy0: Wireless LAN Soft blocked: no Hard blocked: yes
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks a lot for your support. For now, I have to stay with Ubuntu (sorry, not yet a Linux geek). The dirty trick is to stay with wireless activated from Windows and reboot; this way Linux sees the wireless device. That's weird, because a lot of laptops are sold without Windows software preinstalled.
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks for your patience. The output is at docs.google.com/document/d/… .
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
The output for the first command is given at docs.google.com/document/d/… . The second command finishes with grep: /var/log/daemon.log: No such file or directory
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Sorry, still no luck :(. Note: instead of phy0 I specified the index of phy0, namely 2 in my case.
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Still appears as hard blocked.
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comment Activate/deactivate WiFi on Lenovo B5400 under Ubuntu 14.04
Thanks for the comment. The Fn+F5 does not change the rfkill output, I still get the "Hard blocked: yes" status. If I press that combination in Windows and then reboot in Ubuntu, the phy0 interface now appears as "Hard blocked: no". Clearly, I would like to avoid these OS switches.
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comment Using Atlas from scipy
I am not sure whether the atlas-lib.conf was of help, but the LD_LIBRARY_PATH made the trick.
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comment Using Atlas from scipy
Ok, removed now.