View LQ Wiki Contributions. For bug reports and debugging , please see the page dedicated to that. Check the wifi speed. I’ll test, if it works, we can close as duplicate. Note This table contains only the first official firmware version released, which is only guaranteed to work with the kernel version specified in the table. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.

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networking – Intel Centrino Wireless-N won’t connect, keeps asking for password – Ask Ubuntu

Sorry, I didn’t read the other question carefully enough and assumed they were different chips. Our devices support monitor mode. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms 1300 Service. We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support. Find More Posts by Mushroomheadbangers.

In order to determine if your device is a ‘D’ version, you can check the dmesg output: Linuxios 2 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

So here’s my updated question: Find More Posts by jlinguistica. If you’re willing to install proprietary firmware on linux-libre, doesn’t it defeat the purpose? Post as a guest Name.


The firmware necessary to support the devices is distributed separately under the firmware license. For general questions about Wi-Fi on Linux using Intel’s devices, you can send an email to linuxwifi intel. If these are similar problems, can we consolidate these to one question possibly with multiple answers for different WiFi chips? Does this mean ventrino disabled the Wireless N support?

I googled around for a solution, came across this thread and took a major leap of faith by following the same instructions exactly But when I try to connect to my WiFi network, it says “Configuring interface You are currently viewing LQ as a guest.

This question has been asked before and already centrkno an answer.

I have been searching for a solution to this problem for months. Sign up using Facebook. Where that appropriate location is depends again on your system distribution. Any wizards here with ideas on how to fix this is appreciated. Also note that using 40MHz and not 20MHz channel bandwidth will increase the probability to suffer from platform noise since more frequencies might impact the Wi-Fi performance.


Linux* Support for IntelĀ® Wireless Adapters

Copy and paste this line into a Terminal: Some common sources of platform noise might be: Thank you so much for this thread! What kind of different chips you mean?

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Intel Wifi Cards on Debian

Link to wireless info script output: Note We support issues related to the download and installation of software only. I noticed my connection was poor and found this thread. This tree is ideal for bisecting.

To enable manually power management, you can set the following module parameters to these values: