You are not directly subscribed to this bug’s notifications. And it’s very similar to this -which was fixed allegedly: The second is not visible at all. 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. I haven’t had any issues with my AGN card on 11g networks, but with the only 11n I’ve found I can’t get a dhcp address see https: You need to log in to change this bug’s status. However it is still not working in Intrepid, against what rc is linux-image-generic based?
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My only corrective action is reboot.
Ljnux 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. Please let us know your results. It works fine under winXP on the dual boot side. Ing0R ing0r wrote on This bug also affect my system, a Dell Inspiron with Intel wireless card running 8.
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Randomly here and there, one or two times per hour, without any network activity or with activity, connection get lost with a message:. This bug affects 1 person.
Mio m10 wrote on Whenever the connection drops, I see log entries similar to those reported by others:. After a little browsing I recognized that my issue might also be related to this bug: The issue is that, at apparently random times, the wireless connection drops.
Network would randomly disconnect from networks after some period of time.
I too am having this issue. But it remains to be seen whether the disabling of bluetooth has, indeed, made a difference. Add tags Tag help.
But since removing Bluetooth, I have not observed any interruption in service. So far no disconnects a daywhich seems to me to be a minor miracle. Augusten grilledeasterbunny wrote on After being unable to find a reliable way to cause the problem, I read Augusten’s post about removing motd, and followed that using Synaptic. This appears to be bug on Bugzilla: Declined for Jaunty by Brian Murray. Please let us know your results.
Henry hchang wrote on I am am idiot brand new to Ubuntu so only after blamming firefox and opera and reducing them almost to text browsers did I read the error logs and see the problem. Rocko rockorequin wrote on Ian Sullivan sullivan wrote on But upon restart is was back. I’m not certain whether or not this is related to wifi interference; although I can confirm that since I upgraded to Karmic, my issue has become chronic before, while running Hardy, it almost never disconnected.
This bug is still present in Ubuntu 9. Brian Murray brian-murray on liux It happened to be one that required a certificate, username and password.
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Saint DanBert saintdanbert wrote on See full activity log. Since then, I have experienced no breaks or inrurruptions in wireless service.
This bug affects 8 people.