The steps for installing and configuring this are very distribution specific and the tools differ, but distributions have this enabled. Windows XP – down For older chips, there are other drivers: For example, here’s the output of iwconfig after booting and testing the speeds:. Minstrel and its
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The following devices are supported since kernel version: After changes on kernel configuration do not forget to rebuild the kernel.
Intel Wireless WiFi Link, Wireless-N, Advanced-N, Ultimate-N devices
Windows XP – down We support issues related to the download and installation of software only.
Intel® Wireless AGN
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Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters
The revision number of a D device is 0x, if you see any other number, you have a device. The time now is Use this driver for Intel’s current wireless chips. Where that appropriate location is depends again on your system distribution.
Check the output of dmesg. I would read through his stuff. Not sure what regressons were fixed, from admittedly little that I know, that particular card had problems with If I do figure it out or you figure it out, please, let’s post the details here. Anyway, back to the topic: The driver from CW is broken as well, same as the default one.
Do you experience this problem with the Ubuntu Sidebar Users main page. Wi-Fi heavily relies on radio frequencies, and those are subject to interference.
And disabling N will certainly drop your speed that low This process can be automated to find you a driver revision that just works Please keep that in mind. The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. Monitor sniffer – see note. You can get inteo latest firmware from linux-firmware. Can you try using wicd instead of NetworkManager?