Maximilian Federle ppd wrote on Wifi very slow with router at Some kind of conflict between iwlwifi and iwldvm? Frustratingly slow connection under Oneiric. Next copy and paste this line into Terminal:
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Oh, then cgit tricked me somehow, I thought they were just merged yesterday.
This bug affects my laptop with Centrino Ultimate-N as well. I think that helping people with wifi issues is the best thing we semi-experiened users can do to help new users adapt to the linux platform. Wifi very slow with router at To get the latest version for newer kernels, use the firmware git tree instead.
I went back and did some testing on 3. Georg georgsorst wrote on When I’m finally connected, the internet is good, but when I turn off the computer or reboot, the problem keeps occurring.
Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. Open a Terminal and type: I think it is running inyel bit better, and more consistently now.
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Another thing I have noticed. Ben Hilburn bhilburn on You need to log in to change this bug’s status.
No need exists to comment here at this time. Both work perfectly with fully updated I’ve used the following commands to try and increase my speeds, using testmy.
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It’s a pretty common one shared by intrl a number of people over ubuntu forums. Is this a driver issue or am I missing something important? The first step is to email the appropriate mailing list. All times are GMT Compile and try, anyone? Just reporting that I have also had huge problems with the stability of my Wi-Fi connection.
I’m using the latest wireless driver from Intel for the AGN.
Any distro, any platform! I am still getting excessive amounts of Tx excessive retries, but my connection is fast and stable. It is easy enough to try temporarily with: My problem got fixed by updating Unfortunately 5Ghz liinux out of the question because I’m nowhere in range for it to work well.
[UbuntuGnome] Intel Centrino Ultimate-N – Slow performance
Changed in network-manager Ubuntu Precise: Please glance at lp: I just installed Lubuntu on an HP Elitebook p and my wifi wasn’t working at all. Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. Attempted an rsync, and experienced symptoms in this bug.